One who does wrong, especially morally or ethically.(noun)
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Use "wrongdoer" in a sentence
"The correction of the wrongdoer is a remedy which should be employed against a man's sin."
"A wrongdoer is not legally obliged to make a public confession, or to alert people who may have claims against it, to get the benefit of a statute of limitations."
"We often take for granted that the wrongdoer is a hopeless case who sooner or later will "do it again," an attitude precluding that forgiveness from the heart which is necessary for true reconciliation."