wrong (n.)
dishonour, discredit, harm
1H4 I.iii.74[Blunt to King Henry, of what Hotspur has said] May ... never rise / To do him wrong
1H6 II.v.22[Mortimer to Gaolers, of Richard] his wrong doth equal mine [i.e. the wrong done to him]
H8 II.iv.100[Wolsey to Queen Katherine, of King Henry] he knows / I am not of your wrong [i.e. not due the dishonour you do to me]
MM I.ii.40[First Gentleman to Second Gentleman] I think I have done myself wrong
MW III.iii.195[Mistress Page to Ford] You do yourself mighty wrong
Tem I.ii.444[Prospero to Ferdinand] I fear you have done yourself some wrong
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