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accurate, all-right, correct, exact, precise, stoner, suitable, valid, on the beam, undistorted, unmistaken, on target, cooking with gas, dead on, free of error, on track, right as rain.
a must, conforming to accepted standards.
immovable, unreconstructed, old-line, oldline, die hard, ultra-conservative.
shortest, linear, pointblank, in bee line, in straight line, non-stop, not crooked, straight ahead.
fruitful, guiltless, healthy, inculpable, reputable, incorrupt, lily white.
due, equable, equitable, fair, good, honorable, just, square, well-founded, even-handed, ethical, lawful, moral, well-deserved.
Remissible, Vindicable, Warrantable, condonable.
lateral, left, side, Flanking.
authorized, constitutional, defensible, granted, judicial, lawful, legal, legislative, legitimate, licit, ordained, permissible, statutory, sanctionable, within the law, contractual, juridical, precedented, proper, Enforcible, card-carrying, sure enough.
meritable, meritorious, Thankworthy, Praisable, world-beating, top drawer.
received, well-established, buttoned-down, doctrinal, in line, according to the book, by numbers.
perfect, to a turn, a turn, to turn.
meticulous, proper, rigorous, strict, accurate, correct, definite, exact, precise.
appropriate, apropos, fitting, polite, prim, prudish, seemly, tasteful, on the right track, correct, proper, suitable, by the book, out and out.
counterrevolutionary, obscurantist, regressive, mossbacked, counter-revolutionary.
in the flesh.
within reason, making sense, standing to reason, unexcessive, unextreme.
absolute, acceptable, adequate, admissible, advantageous, amen, appropriate, authentic, balanced, becoming, befitting, bona fide, circumspect, clockwise, comely, Comme Il Faut, common, complete, condign, conscientious, convenient, correct, decent, decorous, deserved, desirable, dexter, dextral, die-hard, discerning, discreet, due, enlightened, equitable, ethical, exact, factual, faithful, favorable, felicitous, fine, fit, fitting, genuine, good, hale, happy, honest, honorable, ideal, immaculate, indubitable, inerrant, infallible, judicious, just, justifiable, lawful, legal, legitimate, lucid, merited, moral, nice, normal, on the nose, opportune, orthodox, out-and-out, penetrating, perfect, proper, propitious, punctilious, rational, reactionary, real, reasonable, requisite, right on, right-handed, righteous, rightful, rigorous, satisfactory, scrupulous, seemly, solemn, sound, strict, sufficient, suitable, sure, thoroughgoing, tolerable, traditionalistic, true, undistorted, undoubted, unerring, unimpaired, upright, utter, valid, veracious, veridical, veritable, virtuous, watertight, well, wise, right wing, far-sighted, unmistaken, old-line, all there, all right, free of error, in good health, in the pink, on the money, right as rain, stand-up, up to par, compos mentis.
right hand, starboard, right-hand.
rightful, holding water, twenty-four carat.
oriented, circumspect, discerning, discreet, enlightened, insane, judicious, normal, of sound mind, penetrating, rational, reasonable, sane, unreasonable, wise, both oars in water, having all marbles, playing with full deck.
unhurt, right-thinking, uninjured, Undecayed, got it together, up to snuff, well advised, well-constructed, wrapped tight.
rectilinear, in a row, in a line, collinear, direct, directly, immediately, in order, lineal, rectilineal, unbent, uncurled, like an arrow.
more suitable, appropriate, apt, fit, proper, in character, user friendly.
absolute, authentic, axiomatic, certain, definite, factual, gospel, honest, liege, proven, true, veracious, washer, Undesigning, sure-enough, truehearted, unfaked, no lie.
veracious, straightarrow, undeceptive, on line, on the line, straight-arrow.
strong as an ox, bright-eyed, solid as a rock, bushy-tailed, solid as rock, strong as ox, up to par.
extraordinarily, extremely, highly, very much, mucho.
absolutely, acceptably, adequately, all the way, altogether, amply, aptly, becomingly, befittingly, clear, completely, conscientiously, correctly, decently, dispassionately, entirely, equitably, ethically, evenly, exactly, exceedingly, extremely, factually, favorably, fittingly, fortunately, fully, genuinely, highly, honestly, honorably, impartially, lawfully, legitimately, morally, notably, objectively, perfectly, properly, quite, reliably, remarkably, righteously, satisfactorily, sharp, sincerely, slap, square, squarely, thoroughly, to advantage, totally, truly, utterly, very, virtuously, wholly, without bias, smack-dab, without prejudice, for the better, bang*.
hugely, immensely, so much, strikingly, supremely, surpassingly, but good.
evenly, fairly, honestly, lawfully, objectively, reliably, sincerely, squarely.
as well, just so, the very thing, to a tee, very thing.
lineally, straightforwardly, in direct line.
contiguously, in a second.
becomingly, effortlessly, fittingly, luxuriantly, plentifully, by a wide margin.
authority, birthright, charge, clout, cogency, command, commission, credential, domination, empowerment, enfranchisement, entitlement, faculty, force, influence, jurisdiction, kingship, license, mandate, mastery, might, mightiness, office, potency, power, powerfulness, precedence, prerogative, prestige, primacy, privilege, puissance, punch, purview, seniority, sovereignty, stature, steam, strength, superiority, sway, title, Prepotency.
primacy, expertism, knowhow.
accurate, correct, true.
bourbon, fundamentalist, pullback, fundamentalists, standpatter, praetorians, bourbons, true blue.
flexibility, independency, laxity, liberty, Elbowroom, Rampancy, Freedoms, full play, full swing, laissez faire, own accord, plenty of rope.
rightness, virtuousness, straights.
birthright, dowry, Dowries, Heirship, Heritance.
ethical, fair, honest, lawful, moral.
equity, fairness, honor, justice, Equability, even-handedness, fair play.
correctness, emancipation, enfranchisement, equity, goodness, honor, independence, integrity, lawfulness, legality, properness, propriety, reason, rectitude, righteousness, rightness, straight, truth, uprightness, virtue.
evenly, fairly, impartially, justly, lawfully.
authorization, lawfulness, legality, legislation, permissibility, properness, statute, Defensibility, Constitutionality.
obligation, Accountableness, due bill.
safe-conduct, visa, VISAS, safeconduct, safe-conducts.
copout, Pleadings, OUTS, cop-out, cop-outs, fish tale.
omnipotence, Imperia, Imperium.
advantage, appanage, authority, benefit, birthright, business, claim, comeuppance, desert, deserving, exemption, favor, franchise, freedom, immunity, interest, liberty, license, merit, permission, perquisite, power, preference, prerogative, priority, title.
discerning, normal, rational, sane, sound.
say-so, say so.
appropriate, apt, fit.
adjust, amend, balance, clean up, debug, do justice, doctor, emend, fiddle with, fix up, launder, mend, overhaul, patch, put right, recompense, recondition, reconstruct, rectify, redress, repair, restore, reward, scrub, settle, sort out, straighten, straighten out, turn around, vindicate, pick up, shape up, go straight, make up for, set straight, put in place, compensate for, dial back, recalibrate, set upright.
adjust, arrange, array, balance, cast, categorize, chart, class, classify, collate, compose, control, design, devise, establish, fix, form, frame, grade, group, harmonize, integrate, maintain, marshal, mediate, normalize, orchestrate, order, organize, pigeonhole, place, plan, plot, prepare, program, rank, rate, rationalize, regulate, schedule, schematize, scheme, score, screen, separate, set, settle, shape, sift, sort, stabilize, stratify, structure, subordinate, support, systematize, type, unify, unsnarl, Methodize.
Examples of usage:
– Tom Swift and his Electric Locomotive or, Two Miles a Minute on the Rails by Victor Appleton
– An Outcast of the Islands by Joseph Conrad
– One Day's Courtship The Heralds Of Fame by Robert Barr
– Myths and Legends of the Great Plains by Unknown
– The Dual Alliance by Marjorie Benton Cooke