What is another word for unrighteously?
[ ʌnɹˈa͡ɪt͡ʃəsli], [ ʌnɹˈaɪtʃəsli], [ ʌ_n_ɹ_ˈaɪ_tʃ_ə_s_l_i]
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Synonyms for Unrighteously:
adv• Other relevant words: (adverb)
adv.• all (adverb)
How to use "Unrighteously" in context?
The word "unrighteously" means doing something that is wrong or unjust. It is often used when referring to revenge or anger. Righteousness means doing what is right, and this is why the word "unrighteously" is often used in conjunction with revenge or anger. Revenge is unrighteous because it takes the focus off of the person who was wronged and puts it on the person who is taking the revenge. This can cause more harm than good. Anger is also often unrighteous because it is uncontrolled and often destructive. It can lead to revenge, but it can also lead to violence and other types of destruction.
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