Synonyms for Wrong:

adj.

bad (adjective)
inferior, detrimental, irremediable, inadvisable, displeasing, vile, unsatisfactory, arrant, faulty, wretched, wicked, unsound, bad, invalid, defective, unpleasant, black, baneful, unfavorable, poor, inadequate, ill-suited.
dishonest (adjective)
untrue.
erroneous (adjective)
inaccurate.
foolish (adjective)
ill-advised.
guilty (adjective)
in error.
immoral, dishonest (adjective)
illegal, base, dissipated, naughty, salacious, ungodly, dishonorable, amoral, vicious, unethical, sinful, wicked, dissolute, profligate, reprehensible, reprobate, corrupt, wanton, blasphemous, criminal, sacrilegious, shady, evil, iniquitous, depraved, profane, indecent.
inappropriate, not suitable (adjective)
incorrect, improper, ill-advised, gauche, unsuitable, misplaced, disproportionate, awkward.
incorrect (adjective)
fallacious, defective, mistaken, inexact, amiss, misguided, in error, specious, untrue, false, awry, spurious, erroneous, unsound, unsatisfactory, perverse, erring, unsubstantial, counterfactual, inaccurate, out of order, erratic, bad, faulty, astray.
insane (adjective)
moonstruck, loco.
reverse, opposite (adjective)
obverse, inside, back.
unjust (adjective)
low-down.
wrong (adjective)
untrue, illegal, erroneous, aberrant, flawed, improper, fallacious, faulty, bad, mistaken, incorrect, false, inaccurate.

adv.

all (adverb)
wrongly, incorrectly.
astray (adverb)
wrongly, incorrectly, afield.

n.

irresponsible, irrational, hysterical, extreme, unreasonable, ridiculous, childish, absurd. reverse, back, sordid, perverted, obverse, opposite, amoral, gross, deviant. infraction, thrive, insubordination, nonobservance, astray, noncooperation, contravention, disobedience, noncompliance, surprise, non-compliance, defiance, breach, sour. maniac, be rough on someone, mad, buggy, cracked, bonkers, discriminate, demented, Daffy, non compos mentis, nutty, crazy, brainsick, dotty, daft, wacky, batty, unbalanced, screwy, crackers, moonstruck, insane, mentally ill, distraught, prey on, cuckoo, bananas, nuts, fruity, loony, loco, trample, lunatic, disordered, maniacal, sane, touched, gaga. fateful, circumstantial, situated, effectively, effective, be better/worse off, undecided, afield, unique, face to face, paradise. on the right/wrong track, be/get lost in the shuffle, be sadly mistaken, barking up the wrong tree, at cross purposes, way off the mark, in error, d'oh. stand a chance/hope (of doing something), be in/out of the running, the cards are stacked in someone's favor, someone should/will go far, have something in your pocket, someone's getting there, be halfway there, have a fighting chance, be onto a winner. attribute (noun)
wrongfulness.
crime (noun)
immorality.
hurt (noun)
exploit, mistreat, use, take advantage of, oppress.
wrong (noun)
inside, wrongly, inopportune, condemnable, criminal, awry, fallacious, erroneous, untrue, mistaken, out of order, deplorable, base, ill-timed, dishonourable, untimely, amiss, unsuitable, the matter, damage, misguided, inaccurate, malfunctioning, haywire, wrongheaded, dishonorable, wrongfulness, nonfunctional, immoral, incorrect, inappropriate, unseasonable, incorrectly, false, legal injury, reprehensible, unethical, improper.

v.

erring (verb)
amiss.
hurt, mistreat another (verb)
take advantage of, oppress, mistreat, maltreat.
wrong (verb)
trespass, commit, do wrong, transgress, maltreat, perpetrate, abuse, infringe, encroach.

Other synonyms:

enormity, afield, imprecise, unreasonable, d'oh, questionable, approximately, mentally ill, unethical, deviant, bananas, brainsick, counterfactual, peccant, Daffy, irresponsible, childish, absurd, roughly. extreme, discriminate, non compos mentis, Truthless, untruthful, crazy, lunatic, maniacal, distraught, prey on, hysterical, gaga, unbalanced, demented, evil. specious, breach, touched, reprobate, insane, moonstruck, approximate, disordered, broadly. spurious, mad, exploit. sour. excess. use. damage
maltreat.
harm
mistreat.
illogical
irrational.
ill timed
ill-timed.
inaccurate
inexact, corrupt.
mistaken
off, erring.
mistreat
do wrong.
odd
screwy.
straying
astray.
trouble
oppress.
unfairness
iniquity.
unsuitable
unsuitable.
Other relevant words:
indecent, corrupt, naughty, evil, awry, immoral, reprobate, sinful, iniquitous, in error, perverse, inexact, peccant, wrongly, wicked, wrongfulness, damage, arrant, iniquity, vicious, amiss.

Usage examples for wrong

  1. But you are wrong when you say that it will be soon enough. – The Truants by A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason
  2. But was she in the wrong – The Boarded-Up House by Augusta Huiell Seaman
  3. I was wrong you are right. – Man to Man by Jackson Gregory