unrightfully

unrightfully

(ʌnˈraɪtfʊlɪ)
adv
in a wrongful, unjust, or unfair manner
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He said that police killed Salahuddin unrightfully and he would plead to get justice.
During the rally, one of the speakers, reading from a prepared statement, said that "the people of Myanmar strongly denounce and condemn any intervention or intrusion by the foreign countries, international communities and various organizations which unrightfully manipulate our nation and our Myanmar armed forces."
The movie revolves around a Palestinian family that got unrightfully gored by the invasive army of Israel in 2009.
Others including CPD-RDTL, however, claim the current flag as theirs, and feel that Fretilin, the party which was at the forefront of the independence struggle has unrightfully sought to monopolise it.
I want to dig up your body still clothed in heaven and give you back to the world, give you back as lightning, as the electric volt that rides through a man, through the chair he's strapped to, his last words transcribed for the record, known, remembered, unrightfully saved.
Just as these actors cling to power they have unrightfully seized from the jury (pp.
Any public official or person entrusted with public service functions who receives or attempts to unrightfully receive, for himself or another person, an advantage or a gain from the duties of his position shall be punished by temporary imprisonment.
He directed accusations against the group of "unrightfully taking over the political scene by dispersing other electoral coalitions formed".
We can see this aspect through slogans such as: "Stop smoking and you'll live longer" or "Let's return hope to unrightfully condemned vegetables" or "If you're able to read this poster, you've been lucky enough to be able to go to school".
The other side raises a range of concerns unrightfully, Salehi said, adding: 'We have repeatedly said that Iran's nuclear issue is a technical case and that we are ready to remove their concerns through international regulations such as the IAEA." He said that Iran has defined redlines for itself and will not cross them.
case, she was never recognized as the parent) were unrightfully ignored by the Israeli courts.
"Those who are unrightfully killing people and carrying out acts of violence and extremism in the name of jihad, religion or Islam are, wittingly or unwittingly, promoting Islamophobia and actually fighting against Islam."