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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-minded

ˌraɪtˈmaɪn.dɪd

Meanings of Right-minded:

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-now:

phrase

At the present time

Usage examples:

We're very busy right now., right now we're having dinner., they're the best band in the world righ…

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

Meanings of Right-you-are:

idiom

Said to show that you understand and agree

Usage examples:

"give me a shout when you're ready." "right you are."

Righten

ˈrʌɪt(ə)n

Meanings of Righten:

verb

Make (something) right, correct, or straight.

Usage examples:

Thy stubborn mind will not be rightened

Meanings of Righteous:

adjective

Morally right or justifiable.

Usage examples:

Feelings of righteous indignation about pay and conditions

Meanings of Righteously:

adverb

In a way that is morally correct

Usage examples:

They lived their life righteously., try to judge everyone righteously, not just by a few things tha…

Righteousness

ˈraɪ.tʃəs.nəs

Meanings of Righteousness:

noun

The quality of being morally right or justifiable.

Usage examples:

We had little doubt about the righteousness of our cause

Righter

rʌɪt

Meanings of Righter:

adjective

Morally good, justified, or acceptable.

Usage examples:

I hope we're doing the right thing

Meanings of Rightest:

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

Used to indicate agreement or to acknowledge a statement or order.

Usage examples:

‘barry's here.’ ‘oh, right’

Rightful

ˈraɪt.fəl

Meanings of Rightful:

adjective

Having a legitimate right to property, position, or status.

Usage examples:

The rightful owner of the jewels

Rightfully

ˈraɪt.fəl.i

Meanings of Rightfully:

adverb

In accordance with a legitimate right or claim to property, position, or status.

Usage examples:

A land that rightfully belongs to the native people

Righthand

rʌɪtˈhand

Meanings of Righthand:

adjective

The hand of a person's right side.

Righties

ˈrʌɪti

Meanings of Righties:

noun

A right-handed person.

Usage examples:

Righties can't see first base as well as left-handers

Righting

rʌɪt

Meanings of Righting:

verb

Restore to a normal or upright position.

Usage examples:

We righted the capsized dinghy
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
exclamation

Used to indicate agreement or to acknowledge a statement or order.

Usage examples:

‘barry's here.’ ‘oh, right’

Rightism

ˌʌl.trəˈraɪ.tɪ.zəm

Meanings of Rightism:

noun

The political views or policies of the right.

Usage examples:

Conservatism or rightism is an ideology that carries with it certain values

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