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Right

Synonyms for right:

Sense 4

justify, look at, propriety, stand, liberty, pure, dead, do with, innocent, savory, emend, excuse, brazen, doctor, offend, infamy, enormity, injury.

Sense 6

smack, vindicate.

Sense 7

low.

Sense 8

bang, flush.

Sense 9

sink, clean, whole.

Sense 10

well.

Sense 14

fall, slip.

Sense 20

heavy.

accurate

nice.

allowable

admissible.

comprehensible

understandable.

correct

emend.

demand

claim.

inheritance

heritage.

integrity

honesty.

merited

deserved.

order

normalize, sort out.

political liberty

freedom.

right-wing

right wing.

trustworthy

trusted.

Other synonyms and related words:

fit, ethical, pretty, quite, befitting, sane, orthodox, directly, emend, nice, wholesome, very, mortally, flush, claim, exceedingly, reasonable, real, de rigueur, full, rightful, properly, normal, competency, clean, becoming, rectify, right-minded, squarely, so, redress, sound, apt, truth, decorous, call, rightfulness, meet, remedy, lucid, monstrous, rightly, Droit, amend, plumb, straight, opportune, upright, decent, dead.

correct (adjective)

correct, accurate, suitable, all-right, valid, exact, precise.

direct (adjective)

linear.

good (adjective)

guiltless, healthy.

healthy (adjective)

well.

just (adjective)

equitable, lawful, ethical, honorable, even-handed, fair, just, due, equable, square, moral, good.

legal (adjective)

legislative, statutory, legitimate, proper, constitutional, legal, lawful, authorized, permissible, sanctionable, defensible, licit, judicial.

perfect (adjective)

perfect.

precise (adjective)

strict, definite, precise, meticulous, rigorous, proper, correct, exact, accurate.

proper (adjective)

prim, apropos, tasteful, suitable, correct, proper, seemly, polite, appropriate, fitting.

right (adjective)

fit, genuine, merited, perfect, justifiable, authentic, satisfactory, proper, unerring, condign, befitting, exact, veridical, right on, reactionary, honest, moral, hale, faithful, virtuous, Comme Il Faut, becoming, good, felicitous, lucid, legitimate, valid, bona fide, admissible, reasonable, correct, comely, strict, real, deserved, immaculate, upright, right wing, factual, rightful, sound, orthodox, traditionalistic, equitable, well, dexter, suitable, seemly, ethical, true, appropriate, just, right-handed, lawful, happy, veracious, legal, fitting, nice, rigorous, absolute, honorable, opportune, balanced, righteous, normal, decent, due, decorous.

right-side (adjective)

right hand, starboard.

rightful (adjective)

rightful.

sound (adjective)

right-thinking.

straight (adjective)

direct, directly.

suitable (adjective)

apt, proper, appropriate, fit.

true (adjective)

axiomatic, veracious, true, factual, proven, certain, gospel, absolute, authentic, honest, sure-enough, definite.

veracious (adjective)

veracious.

veridical (adjective)

veridical.

highly (adverb)

supremely, hugely, surpassingly.

justly (adverb)

squarely.

well (adverb)

fittingly.

extremely (adverb)

very.

highly (adverb)

extremely.

just (adverb)

squarely.

right (adverb)

extremely, properly, decently, absolutely, fittingly, correctly, truly, totally, square, exceedingly, squarely, very, quite, morally, smack-dab, exactly.

straightaway (adverb)

right off.

Sense 1 (noun)

pure.

Sense 5 (noun)

ethical, rightful, of course, principled, O.K., precisely, virtuous, exactly, right-minded, moral, yes, righteous, great, agreed.

Sense 6 (noun)

access, entrance, voice, merited, fit, permission, priority, entry, concession, deserved, public interest.

Sense 7 (noun)

real, faithful, veridical.

Sense 8 (noun)

perfect, unerring, errorless, reliable.

Sense 9 (noun)

comely, becoming, decorous, befitting, nice, Comme Il Faut, de rigueur.

Sense 10 (noun)

felicitous, happy, tailor-made, apt, meet.

Sense 11 (noun)

hale, hearty, whole, healthful, healthy, wholesome.

Sense 12 (noun)

rightist, conservative, traditionalistic, orthodox, HUH, geddit, Eh, traditionalist.

Sense 13 (noun)

look, hello, listen up.

Sense 17 (noun)

arguably, My, Pshaw, firstly, ha, puh-leeze.

Sense 22 (noun)

high-minded, irreproachable.

Sense 23 (noun)

integrity, decency, propriety, goodness, respectability, virtue, purity, modesty.

authority (noun)

influence, might, privilege, command, puissance, cogency, strength, force, office, birthright, steam, license, power, mandate, primacy, title, potency, charge, powerfulness, punch, seniority, sovereignty, purview, precedence, kingship, enfranchisement, prerogative, superiority, Prepotency, mightiness, mastery, entitlement, credential, clout, jurisdiction, commission, sway, stature, faculty, domination, authority, empowerment, prestige.

command (noun)

primacy.

correct (noun)

correct, accurate, true.

freedom (noun)

liberty.

good (noun)

rightness, virtuousness.

heritage (noun)

birthright.

just (noun)

fair, honest, moral, ethical, lawful.

justice (noun)

honor, equity, even-handedness, fairness, fair play, justice, Equability.

justice, morality (noun)

lawfulness, propriety, goodness, enfranchisement, legality, equity, truth, straight, righteousness, integrity, rightness, uprightness, rectitude, properness, virtue, honor.

justly (noun)

justly.

justness (noun)

justness.

legality (noun)

legislation, statute, Constitutionality, authorization, legality, lawfulness, properness, Defensibility, permissibility.

legitimacy (noun)

legality.

privilege (noun)

franchise, liberty, birthright, appanage, freedom, authority, prerogative, power, permission, exemption, perquisite, priority, license, immunity, title, claim.

right side (noun)

dexter, starboard.

sane (noun)

sane, normal, sound.

straight (noun)

directly.

suitable (noun)

apt, appropriate, fit.

fix, correct (verb)

emend, patch, balance, adjust, mend, amend, settle, repair, rectify, doctor, redress, sort out, recompense, overhaul, vindicate, debug.

order (verb)

harmonize, devise, establish, classify, chart, compose, scheme, program, plan, pigeonhole, mediate, balance, design, form, place, rationalize, marshal, screen, shape, unsnarl, integrate, normalize, stabilize, regulate, grade, prepare, adjust, frame, group, unify, type, set, settle, arrange, fix, rate, stratify, collate, subordinate, sift, order, score, separate, Methodize, sort, plot, array, organize, control, systematize, categorize, maintain, schedule, cast, rank, orchestrate, class, structure, support, schematize.

Usage examples for right:

  • I don't do nothin' right. - "O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1921", Various.
  • " All right," said Phil. - "Phil the Fiddler", Horatio Alger, Jr..
  • I be all right! - "The Dynasts An Epic-Drama Of The War With Napoleon, In Three Parts, Nineteen Acts, And One Hundred And Thirty Scenes", Thomas Hardy.

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