Wrong-i in a sentence

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How to use wrong-i in a sentence. Wrong-i pronunciation.

My dear fellow,-I won't bother you, by cutting up your charming ambiguous middle terms, which make reason and reasoning identical, or your theory that the office of reasoning is to induce opinions-(the devil take opinions, right or wrong-I want facts, faith in real facts!)-or about deifying the intellect- as if all sound intellect was not in itself divine light-a revelation to man of absolute laws independent of him, as the very heathens hold.
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For a war like this, it will require desperate courage and endurance, and an absolute disregard of life; to counterbalance the disadvantages of want of discipline, want of arms, want of artillery, and want of organization I may be wrong-I hope that I am so-but time will show.
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I was wrong, grievously wrong-I will perform any penance you may enjoin.
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But as for making out there was anything wrong-I assure you she is not that sort of girl.
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You know I'm going to do a lone adventure-and some people might think it wrong-I don't.
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I stands for de right an' ginst de wrong-I don't keer who it kill or cure.
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I have not done wrong-I was pressed against the law and Act of Parliament, and I deserted.
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Do we not hear people saying, whenever they are blamed for doing what they know to be wrong-I could not help it?
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Examples of Wrong-i

Example #1
But this I will do-thank you most sincerely for the compliment you pay us Cismontane heretics.
Example #2
We do retain some dim belief in a God-even I am beginning to believe in believing in Him.
Example #3
The lower class are perhaps better, but their first thoughts will be how the war will affect themselves and, unless there is some chance of the enemy approaching their homes, driving off their cattle, and plundering their cottages, they will look on with a very calm eye at the general ruin.
Example #4
They think only of their money, their business, and their comforts.
Example #5
When did we ever quarrel before?
Example #6
Believe me, I am now at least grateful, warmly grateful, for the kindness of your motives.