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