unright

unright

(ʌnˈraɪt)
n
1. a wrong
2. wrongfulness or injustice
adj
3. not right, fair, or just; wrong
4. not right or correct
vb (tr)
to wrong or to make wrong
adv
in an unright manner
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References in classic literature ?
So he wanted her to ride me, but she wouldn't; and she reproached him, and said it was unfair and unright, and taking advantage; for what horse in this post or any other could stand a chance against me?
Women will avoid the wicked not because it is unright, but because it is ugly" (Kant [1764] 1960, 78, 81).