What is the opposite of wrong?

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Adjective
Opposite of acting or judging in error
“Please ensure that every detail in your assignment is correct before handing it in.”
Adjective
Opposite of unjust, dishonest, or immoral
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“I've even been fortunate enough to have met with some righteous leaders.”
Adjective
Opposite of inappropriate for a given occasion or situation
“The time was appropriate for the best man to make his speech.”
Adjective
Opposite of being a problem or trouble
“The grammar and spelling are fine, but I have a nagging feeling that this work may have been plagiarized.”
Adjective
Opposite of defective in some way
“The finish on the body was perfect, and not a blemish in sight.”
Adjective
Opposite of denoting the side of a piece of cloth that faces inwards
“You had it on the right way the first time.”
Adjective
Opposite of based on a mistaken belief
Adjective
Opposite of lacking exactness and accuracy of expression or detail
Adjective
Opposite of contrary to the rules or to that which is normal or established
Adjective
Opposite of off course
Adverb
Opposite of done in an incorrect manner or with an incorrect result
“He did it right, every single time!”
Noun
Opposite of an unjust, dishonest, or immoral act
“Doing a good deed will generally not go unnoticed.”
Noun
Opposite of the nature of an act that is unjust, dishonest, or immoral
“We should not underestimate the virtue of one single act of kindness.”
Noun
Opposite of an unjust act, treatment or occurrence
Noun
Opposite of a disposition or tendency to inflict suffering and pain on others
Noun
Opposite of physical, mental or emotional injury to a person
“We wished no harm and signaled to the tribe that we only brought with us peace.”
Verb
Opposite of to do an injustice to
“The virtuous thing to do is to right your wrongs.”
Verb
Opposite of to treat with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly
“Our top priority as parents is to protect our children.”
Verb
Opposite of to put down or control by cruelty or force
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