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Use "wrongheadedness" in a sentence
"Watching the latest film rendition of Brideshead Revisited, it suddenly struck me, the 'wrongheadedness' of Charles Ryder's besotted adulation of the glittering Flytes."
"The moral rightness of this man's life was worthy of all praise; but in spite of some intellectual acumen, Knight had in him a modicum of that wrongheadedness which is mostly found in scrupulously honest people."
"a modicum of that wrongheadedness which is mostly found in scrupulously honest people."