ADJ in n
The 'right' group
These adjectives indicate that someone is judged to be right or wrong in doing something.
As a breed, anglers are notoriously negligent in the maintenance of their tackle.
You were wrong in what you said about Harry Evans.
The preposition in is sometimes followed by an '-ing' clause.
correct justified lax negligent remiss right wise wrong
Her husband has been remiss in failing to seek reconciliation according to African cultural traditions.
Dave is right in saying it would be silly to build two new stadiums.