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English words starting with rig

Rigadoon

ˌrɪɡəˈduːn

Meanings of Rigadoon:

noun

A lively dance for couples, in duple or quadruple time, of provençal origin.

Meanings of Rigadoons:

noun

A lively dance for couples, in duple or quadruple time, of provençal origin.

Rigamarole

ˈrɪɡ.ə.mə.rəʊl

Meanings of Rigamarole:

noun

Rigmarole

Rigatoni

ˌrɪɡ.əˈtəʊ.ni

Meanings of Rigatoni:

noun

Pasta in the form of short hollow fluted tubes.

Usage examples:

The pasta dishes included rigatoni, fettuccine with meatballs as well as seafood and chicken versio…

Meanings of Rigatonis:

noun

Pasta in the form of short hollow fluted tubes.

Usage examples:

The pasta dishes included rigatoni, fettuccine with meatballs as well as seafood and chicken versio…

Meanings of Rigbane:

noun

The backbone; the spine. in early use also: †a vertebra (obsolete).

Meanings of Rigel:

proper noun

The seventh-brightest star in the sky, and the brightest in the constellation orion. it is a blue supergiant nearly sixty thousand times as luminous as our sun.

Meanings of Riggal:

noun

Rig. frequently attributive. compare ridgel , riggot , riggon .

Meanings of Rigged-out:

phrasal verb

To put a particular type of clothing on someone

Usage examples:

We rigged ourselves out in tracksuits and running shoes for the race., i want to get myself a new r…

Meanings of Riggers:

noun

A ship rigged in a particular way.

Usage examples:

A square-rigger

Meanings of Rigging:

noun

The system of ropes or chains employed to support a ship's masts ( standing rigging ) and to control or set the yards and sails ( running rigging ).

Usage examples:

I'm listening to the wind in the rigging
verb

Provide (a sailing boat) with sails and rigging.

Usage examples:

The catamaran will be rigged as a ketch

Riggish

ˈrɪɡɪʃ

Meanings of Riggish:

adjective

Lustful or sexually unrestrained (typically used of a woman).

Usage examples:

'if i'm riggish, you're priggish,' retorted polly.

Meanings of Riggot:

noun

A channel or drain made in the surface of the ground; a gutter, a rain-spout.

Meanings of Right:

adjective

Morally good, justified, or acceptable.

Usage examples:

I hope we're doing the right thing
adverb

To the furthest or most complete extent or degree (used for emphasis).

Usage examples:

The car spun right off the track
noun

That which is morally correct, just, or honourable.

Usage examples:

She doesn't understand the difference between right and wrong
verb

Restore to a normal or upright position.

Usage examples:

We righted the capsized dinghy
exclamation

Favouring conservative or reactionary views.

Usage examples:

Are you politically right, left, or centre?

Free from error; especially conforming to fact or truth

Meanings of Right-angled:

noun

A triangle that has one angle of 90°

Meanings of Right-away:

idiom

Without delay or hesitation; with no time intervening

phrase

Immediately.

Usage examples:

Quite a few of them of them will start playing right away

Meanings of Right-for:

phrase

Used to show that you think someone is lucky or has an easy life when the same is not true for you

Usage examples:

It's all right for you - your mum takes care of the children whenever you want., he has a live-in h…

Meanings of Right-hand:

adjective

On or to the right

Usage examples:

The picture is on the right-hand page.

Meanings of Right-hand-man:

noun

An indispensable helper or chief assistant.

Usage examples:

Calderwood can't help but tackle things head on, though, and he is ably assisted by his right-hand …

Meanings of Right-in-the-head:

idiom

To not have one or more of the mental abilities that most people have

Right-thinking

ˌraɪtˈmaɪn.dɪd

Meanings of Right-thinking:

adjective

Having beliefs or opinions that most people think are reasonable and show good judgment

Usage examples:

Every right-minded person is against terrorism.

Meanings of Right-through:

idiom

To pretend not to see someone even while your eyes are directed toward that person

Usage examples:

I smiled at him, but he looked right through me.

Meanings of Right-to:

adjective

Correct, true, or exact

Usage examples:

He said the trip would take two hours and he was absolutely/exactly right., my watch has stopped – …
noun

Someone who has the right to something, or the right to do something, is allowed to have it or do it, often legally or officially

Usage examples:

Have a right to sth everybody has a right to equal treatment., have the right to do sth shareholder…

Meanings of Right-wing:

adjective

Supporting the political opinions of the right

Meanings of Right-winger:

noun

A person who supports the political right

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