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Princeton's WordNet

  1. right(noun)

    an abstract idea of that which is due to a person or governmental body by law or tradition or nature

    "they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights"; "Certain rights can never be granted to the government but must be kept in the hands of the people"- Eleanor Roosevelt; "a right is not something that somebody gives you; it is something that nobody can take away"

    right wing, rightfield, right field, rightfulness, right hand

    wrong, wrongfulness, left, two-handed, left-hand(a), leftmost, unsatisfactory, base, near(a), centrist, left-of-center, vicious, incorrect, immoral, larboard, parallel, center, erroneous, leftish, left-handed, liberal, nigh(a), condemnable, improper, inaccurate, deplorable, criminal, misguided, inopportune, far left, fallacious, mistaken, false, inside, reprehensible, wrongheaded, inappropriate, leftist, left-wing, oblique, middle-of-the-road, ambidextrous, port, incorrectly, wrongly

  2. right(noun)

    location near or direction toward the right side; i.e. the side to the south when a person or object faces east

    "he stood on the right"

    right wing, rightfield, right field, rightfulness, right hand

    left, wrong, wrongfulness, port, oblique, middle-of-the-road, improper, left-of-center, condemnable, false, reprehensible, erroneous, base, mistaken, criminal, far left, leftish, centrist, vicious, misguided, left-hand(a), larboard, center, left-handed, inside, leftmost, ambidextrous, inappropriate, inaccurate, near(a), two-handed, deplorable, inopportune, left-wing, parallel, liberal, nigh(a), unsatisfactory, wrongheaded, immoral, leftist, fallacious, incorrect, incorrectly, wrongly

  3. right field, rightfield, right(noun)

    the piece of ground in the outfield on the catcher's right

    right wing, rightfield, right field, rightfulness, right hand

    wrongfulness, left, wrong, base, ambidextrous, larboard, far left, leftist, improper, reprehensible, condemnable, two-handed, erroneous, fallacious, inappropriate, near(a), wrongheaded, false, inside, criminal, left-of-center, parallel, center, left-wing, nigh(a), mistaken, port, deplorable, left-handed, inopportune, left-hand(a), vicious, leftish, immoral, incorrect, misguided, oblique, unsatisfactory, centrist, inaccurate, leftmost, liberal, middle-of-the-road, incorrectly, wrongly

  4. right, right wing(noun)

    those who support political or social or economic conservatism; those who believe that things are better left unchanged

    right wing, rightfield, right field, rightfulness, right hand

    wrongfulness, left, wrong, false, immoral, left-hand(a), ambidextrous, near(a), left-wing, fallacious, criminal, centrist, base, misguided, mistaken, improper, inappropriate, inopportune, liberal, port, unsatisfactory, erroneous, condemnable, wrongheaded, center, deplorable, two-handed, larboard, inaccurate, incorrect, oblique, leftmost, far left, left-handed, reprehensible, inside, middle-of-the-road, vicious, leftish, leftist, nigh(a), parallel, left-of-center, wrongly, incorrectly

  5. right, right hand(noun)

    the hand that is on the right side of the body

    "he writes with his right hand but pitches with his left"; "hit him with quick rights to the body"

    right wing, rightfield, right field, rightfulness, right hand

    left, wrongfulness, wrong, inappropriate, middle-of-the-road, leftist, nigh(a), wrongheaded, false, leftish, port, larboard, deplorable, criminal, liberal, fallacious, inside, center, incorrect, condemnable, leftmost, left-wing, oblique, left-of-center, base, erroneous, left-handed, improper, immoral, vicious, inaccurate, two-handed, near(a), inopportune, parallel, ambidextrous, mistaken, misguided, left-hand(a), unsatisfactory, far left, centrist, reprehensible, wrongly, incorrectly

  6. right(noun)

    a turn toward the side of the body that is on the south when the person is facing east

    "take a right at the corner"

    right wing, rightfield, right field, rightfulness, right hand

    wrongfulness, wrong, left, deplorable, erroneous, mistaken, leftmost, left-wing, liberal, base, vicious, ambidextrous, middle-of-the-road, improper, oblique, condemnable, nigh(a), two-handed, center, left-handed, centrist, immoral, parallel, fallacious, leftish, leftist, false, incorrect, left-of-center, left-hand(a), far left, port, inappropriate, wrongheaded, larboard, inside, inopportune, criminal, near(a), misguided, unsatisfactory, inaccurate, reprehensible, wrongly, incorrectly

  7. right, rightfulness(noun)

    anything in accord with principles of justice

    "he feels he is in the right"; "the rightfulness of his claim"

    right wing, rightfield, right field, rightfulness, right hand

    left, wrong, wrongfulness, center, leftish, criminal, middle-of-the-road, fallacious, nigh(a), centrist, ambidextrous, base, left-of-center, near(a), two-handed, port, left-wing, left-handed, parallel, vicious, incorrect, inaccurate, wrongheaded, liberal, mistaken, inopportune, false, larboard, improper, immoral, inside, leftmost, left-hand(a), condemnable, leftist, inappropriate, far left, oblique, reprehensible, unsatisfactory, misguided, deplorable, erroneous, incorrectly, wrongly

  8. right(adj)

    (frequently plural) the interest possessed by law or custom in some intangible thing

    "mineral rights"; "film rights"

    right wing, rightfield, right field, rightfulness, right hand

    left, wrongfulness, wrong, left-hand(a), nigh(a), left-handed, liberal, left-of-center, ambidextrous, leftmost, larboard, inaccurate, reprehensible, leftish, immoral, base, erroneous, criminal, mistaken, near(a), deplorable, unsatisfactory, two-handed, improper, port, wrongheaded, inside, parallel, oblique, far left, incorrect, left-wing, inappropriate, vicious, leftist, center, false, fallacious, condemnable, misguided, centrist, inopportune, middle-of-the-road, wrongly, incorrectly

  9. right(adj)

    being or located on or directed toward the side of the body to the east when facing north

    "my right hand"; "right center field"; "a right-hand turn"; "the right bank of a river is the bank on your right side when you are facing downstream"

    good, correct, ripe, right-hand(a), proper, right(a), veracious

    wrong, left, wrongfulness, left-handed, condemnable, leftish, ambidextrous, far left, leftmost, improper, erroneous, false, left-wing, criminal, two-handed, misguided, left-of-center, port, wrongheaded, leftist, nigh(a), center, deplorable, fallacious, left-hand(a), centrist, incorrect, middle-of-the-road, inside, larboard, near(a), oblique, inaccurate, reprehensible, inopportune, mistaken, liberal, unsatisfactory, base, vicious, parallel, immoral, inappropriate, wrongly, incorrectly

  10. correct, right(adj)

    free from error; especially conforming to fact or truth

    "the correct answer"; "the correct version"; "the right answer"; "took the right road"; "the right decision"

    right(a), good, proper, veracious, correct, ripe, right-hand(a)

    left, wrong, wrongfulness, inappropriate, misguided, deplorable, wrongheaded, liberal, nigh(a), parallel, unsatisfactory, erroneous, left-wing, middle-of-the-road, leftish, ambidextrous, far left, leftmost, center, reprehensible, false, fallacious, two-handed, vicious, left-hand(a), port, left-of-center, mistaken, condemnable, inaccurate, near(a), improper, criminal, larboard, centrist, left-handed, inside, incorrect, leftist, inopportune, base, oblique, immoral, wrongly, incorrectly

  11. correct, right(adj)

    socially right or correct

    "it isn't right to leave the party without saying goodbye"; "correct behavior"

    right(a), good, proper, veracious, correct, ripe, right-hand(a)

    left, wrongfulness, wrong, center, reprehensible, base, condemnable, inopportune, fallacious, improper, port, mistaken, deplorable, centrist, near(a), leftist, larboard, left-wing, inaccurate, liberal, two-handed, left-of-center, left-hand(a), leftish, middle-of-the-road, inside, wrongheaded, ambidextrous, erroneous, incorrect, vicious, inappropriate, nigh(a), left-handed, oblique, far left, false, unsatisfactory, misguided, leftmost, immoral, criminal, parallel, incorrectly, wrongly

  12. right(adj)

    in conformance with justice or law or morality

    "do the right thing and confess"

    good, correct, ripe, right-hand(a), proper, right(a), veracious

    wrong, wrongfulness, left, false, middle-of-the-road, incorrect, left-handed, left-wing, improper, leftish, base, left-of-center, center, inappropriate, deplorable, nigh(a), immoral, oblique, parallel, two-handed, vicious, condemnable, reprehensible, larboard, erroneous, port, left-hand(a), leftist, inside, fallacious, centrist, near(a), inopportune, criminal, wrongheaded, unsatisfactory, far left, mistaken, inaccurate, ambidextrous, liberal, leftmost, misguided, wrongly, incorrectly

  13. right, correct(adj)

    correct in opinion or judgment

    "time proved him right"

    right(a), good, proper, veracious, correct, ripe, right-hand(a)

    wrong, wrongfulness, left, unsatisfactory, two-handed, mistaken, base, wrongheaded, liberal, leftmost, inappropriate, reprehensible, near(a), left-wing, fallacious, misguided, false, vicious, middle-of-the-road, ambidextrous, leftish, larboard, far left, improper, oblique, deplorable, centrist, center, nigh(a), leftist, immoral, inaccurate, erroneous, criminal, port, condemnable, left-of-center, inside, incorrect, left-handed, inopportune, left-hand(a), parallel, incorrectly, wrongly

  14. proper, right(adj)

    appropriate for a condition or purpose or occasion or a person's character, needs

    "everything in its proper place"; "the right man for the job"; "she is not suitable for the position"

    right(a), proper(a), proper, good, proper(ip), veracious, correct, ripe, right-hand(a)

    wrong, left, wrongfulness, near(a), centrist, leftist, wrongheaded, inside, fallacious, improper, left-of-center, incorrect, inopportune, far left, left-handed, inappropriate, oblique, mistaken, middle-of-the-road, vicious, inaccurate, unsatisfactory, two-handed, liberal, deplorable, left-hand(a), leftmost, false, erroneous, base, leftish, reprehensible, immoral, parallel, larboard, left-wing, center, port, misguided, criminal, nigh(a), condemnable, ambidextrous, incorrectly, wrongly

  15. right(adj)

    of or belonging to the political or intellectual right

    good, correct, ripe, right-hand(a), proper, right(a), veracious

    wrongfulness, left, wrong, left-wing, ambidextrous, vicious, liberal, port, base, deplorable, false, two-handed, condemnable, improper, leftmost, wrongheaded, parallel, mistaken, centrist, leftist, reprehensible, immoral, unsatisfactory, criminal, larboard, far left, inside, nigh(a), leftish, left-of-center, inopportune, fallacious, left-hand(a), inaccurate, misguided, inappropriate, middle-of-the-road, incorrect, near(a), erroneous, left-handed, center, oblique, wrongly, incorrectly

  16. right(adj)

    in or into a satisfactory condition

    "things are right again now"; "put things right"

    good, correct, ripe, right-hand(a), proper, right(a), veracious

    left, wrong, wrongfulness, wrongheaded, deplorable, two-handed, leftish, base, left-wing, nigh(a), mistaken, near(a), leftmost, incorrect, left-of-center, center, leftist, fallacious, improper, parallel, criminal, centrist, condemnable, inside, ambidextrous, erroneous, reprehensible, inappropriate, inaccurate, left-handed, misguided, far left, left-hand(a), false, unsatisfactory, vicious, port, oblique, liberal, middle-of-the-road, inopportune, larboard, immoral, incorrectly, wrongly

  17. right(a), right-hand(a)(adj)

    intended for the right hand

    "a right-hand glove"

    wrong, left, wrongfulness, false, incorrect, improper, fallacious, liberal, inopportune, left-hand(a), two-handed, oblique, inaccurate, port, leftmost, near(a), leftist, left-handed, mistaken, inappropriate, leftish, center, left-wing, ambidextrous, base, centrist, unsatisfactory, nigh(a), deplorable, vicious, wrongheaded, left-of-center, middle-of-the-road, condemnable, far left, criminal, reprehensible, misguided, larboard, immoral, inside, erroneous, parallel, incorrectly, wrongly

  18. correct, right(adj)

    in accord with accepted standards of usage or procedure

    "what's the right word for this?"; "the right way to open oysters"

    right(a), good, proper, veracious, correct, ripe, right-hand(a)

    left, wrongfulness, wrong, misguided, oblique, middle-of-the-road, left-hand(a), improper, unsatisfactory, near(a), left-wing, two-handed, port, base, incorrect, criminal, leftist, left-of-center, centrist, inaccurate, deplorable, fallacious, false, inappropriate, leftish, ambidextrous, left-handed, mistaken, erroneous, nigh(a), wrongheaded, parallel, condemnable, vicious, immoral, reprehensible, leftmost, far left, inopportune, liberal, center, inside, larboard, incorrectly, wrongly

  19. right(adj)

    having the axis perpendicular to the base

    "a right angle"

    good, correct, ripe, right-hand(a), proper, right(a), veracious

    wrongfulness, left, wrong, left-wing, immoral, improper, misguided, leftish, far left, inappropriate, two-handed, larboard, near(a), vicious, condemnable, erroneous, base, inaccurate, left-hand(a), leftmost, inopportune, parallel, reprehensible, nigh(a), center, leftist, fallacious, mistaken, centrist, deplorable, inside, left-of-center, false, criminal, oblique, unsatisfactory, incorrect, left-handed, wrongheaded, liberal, ambidextrous, port, middle-of-the-road, incorrectly, wrongly

  20. right(a)(adj)

    (of the side of cloth or clothing) facing or intended to face outward

    "the right side of the cloth showed the pattern"; "be sure your shirt is right side out"

    left, wrongfulness, wrong, leftish, parallel, unsatisfactory, two-handed, left-hand(a), inside, liberal, leftmost, base, improper, oblique, ambidextrous, centrist, inaccurate, left-wing, near(a), vicious, incorrect, deplorable, nigh(a), left-of-center, criminal, misguided, immoral, false, erroneous, inappropriate, left-handed, center, leftist, larboard, middle-of-the-road, port, wrongheaded, mistaken, condemnable, fallacious, reprehensible, far left, inopportune, wrongly, incorrectly

  21. good, right, ripe(adj)

    most suitable or right for a particular purpose

    "a good time to plant tomatoes"; "the right time to act"; "the time is ripe for great sociological changes"

    dear, good, beneficial, in effect(p), unspoiled, skillful, sound, secure, serious, effective, upright, salutary, in force(p), skilful, practiced, dependable, estimable, veracious, expert, correct, just, proficient, right-hand(a), right(a), proper, full, honest, respectable, undecomposed, unspoilt, ripe, mature, ripe(p), safe, adept, honorable, well(p), near, advanced

    left, wrongfulness, wrong, improper, fallacious, vicious, larboard, criminal, far left, wrongheaded, left-of-center, near(a), left-hand(a), inaccurate, center, parallel, two-handed, left-handed, deplorable, misguided, leftist, port, centrist, condemnable, base, inappropriate, incorrect, nigh(a), inopportune, erroneous, inside, oblique, immoral, reprehensible, ambidextrous, unsatisfactory, liberal, middle-of-the-road, false, mistaken, left-wing, leftish, leftmost, wrongly, incorrectly

  22. veracious, right(verb)

    precisely accurate

    "a veracious account"

    right(a), good, proper, veracious, correct, ripe, right-hand(a)

    wrongfulness, left, wrong, left-of-center, two-handed, port, incorrect, base, leftmost, centrist, condemnable, improper, near(a), larboard, reprehensible, leftist, ambidextrous, unsatisfactory, inside, left-hand(a), inopportune, inappropriate, left-handed, parallel, nigh(a), leftish, immoral, middle-of-the-road, erroneous, far left, liberal, criminal, left-wing, vicious, inaccurate, false, mistaken, center, deplorable, oblique, misguided, wrongheaded, fallacious, wrongly, incorrectly

  23. right, compensate, redress, correct(verb)

    make reparations or amends for

    "right a wrongs done to the victims of the Holocaust"

    remunerate, chasten, pay, counterbalance, adjust, redress, even out, overcompensate, discipline, recompense, correct, even up, rectify, indemnify, sort out, set, cover, compensate, pay off, even off, chastise, repair, make up, decline, castigate, slump, objurgate

    wrongfulness, wrong, left, liberal, mistaken, inappropriate, left-wing, base, port, inaccurate, reprehensible, left-of-center, centrist, two-handed, immoral, far left, leftmost, fallacious, unsatisfactory, wrongheaded, false, inside, deplorable, parallel, middle-of-the-road, condemnable, nigh(a), larboard, center, leftish, left-handed, left-hand(a), leftist, criminal, improper, erroneous, misguided, ambidextrous, incorrect, near(a), vicious, inopportune, oblique, wrongly, incorrectly

  24. right(verb)

    put in or restore to an upright position

    "They righted the sailboat that had capsized"

    rectify, redress, correct, compensate

    left, wrong, wrongfulness, improper, mistaken, inaccurate, port, leftish, parallel, far left, reprehensible, near(a), leftmost, left-of-center, larboard, leftist, nigh(a), inopportune, deplorable, left-hand(a), centrist, false, center, liberal, oblique, ambidextrous, criminal, inside, middle-of-the-road, base, erroneous, unsatisfactory, two-handed, wrongheaded, vicious, immoral, fallacious, left-wing, incorrect, left-handed, inappropriate, misguided, condemnable, incorrectly, wrongly

  25. right(verb)

    regain an upright or proper position

    "The capsized boat righted again"

    rectify, redress, correct, compensate

    left, wrongfulness, wrong, left-handed, center, left-of-center, base, two-handed, inopportune, false, ambidextrous, criminal, leftish, larboard, parallel, left-hand(a), inaccurate, inappropriate, leftmost, centrist, improper, oblique, condemnable, liberal, nigh(a), unsatisfactory, vicious, immoral, port, near(a), middle-of-the-road, mistaken, inside, erroneous, incorrect, leftist, left-wing, far left, fallacious, reprehensible, misguided, deplorable, wrongheaded, incorrectly, wrongly

  26. correct, rectify, right(adverb)

    make right or correct

    "Correct the mistakes"; "rectify the calculation"

    refine, reclaim, regenerate, chasten, counterbalance, adjust, redress, even out, objurgate, discipline, castigate, correct, decline, reform, even up, amend, rectify, chastise, compensate, sort out, even off, remedy, repair, make up, remediate, slump, set

    left, wrongfulness, wrong, misguided, unsatisfactory, leftmost, left-wing, inappropriate, improper, oblique, mistaken, far left, center, reprehensible, inopportune, condemnable, larboard, centrist, false, port, inaccurate, ambidextrous, left-hand(a), incorrect, middle-of-the-road, inside, wrongheaded, criminal, leftish, fallacious, near(a), nigh(a), left-of-center, erroneous, left-handed, leftist, two-handed, vicious, base, deplorable, liberal, immoral, parallel, incorrectly, wrongly

  27. right(adverb)

    precisely, exactly

    "stand right here!"

    properly, the right way, correctly, in good order, decently, justly, flop, powerful, right on, mightily, mighty, aright, decent

    wrong, left, wrongfulness, base, inside, port, deplorable, liberal, incorrect, leftish, two-handed, parallel, immoral, inappropriate, fallacious, left-wing, leftmost, reprehensible, left-of-center, far left, improper, centrist, center, mistaken, inopportune, nigh(a), false, near(a), misguided, leftist, ambidextrous, middle-of-the-road, vicious, inaccurate, wrongheaded, criminal, oblique, erroneous, unsatisfactory, left-hand(a), left-handed, larboard, condemnable, incorrectly, wrongly

  28. right(adverb)


    "she called right after dinner"

    properly, the right way, correctly, in good order, decently, justly, flop, powerful, right on, mightily, mighty, aright, decent

    left, wrong, wrongfulness, improper, base, leftist, immoral, inaccurate, misguided, inside, inopportune, left-hand(a), condemnable, mistaken, wrongheaded, port, vicious, left-of-center, centrist, middle-of-the-road, unsatisfactory, oblique, criminal, left-handed, incorrect, nigh(a), reprehensible, leftmost, larboard, ambidextrous, left-wing, inappropriate, parallel, near(a), fallacious, erroneous, false, liberal, two-handed, center, far left, deplorable, leftish, wrongly, incorrectly

  29. right, flop(adverb)


    "he fell flop on his face"

    properly, the right way, correctly, in good order, decently, justly, flop, powerful, right on, mightily, mighty, aright, decent

    left, wrong, wrongfulness, larboard, inaccurate, ambidextrous, fallacious, middle-of-the-road, condemnable, port, liberal, parallel, left-handed, mistaken, misguided, deplorable, left-of-center, unsatisfactory, nigh(a), far left, improper, immoral, leftish, oblique, wrongheaded, criminal, inopportune, near(a), base, left-hand(a), two-handed, centrist, inappropriate, vicious, center, leftist, reprehensible, erroneous, inside, false, incorrect, left-wing, leftmost, wrongly, incorrectly

  30. right(adverb)

    toward or on the right; also used figuratively

    "he looked right and left"; "the party has moved right"

    properly, the right way, correctly, in good order, decently, justly, flop, powerful, right on, mightily, mighty, aright, decent

    wrong, left, wrongfulness, reprehensible, far left, improper, port, false, larboard, near(a), centrist, left-wing, base, immoral, fallacious, parallel, nigh(a), condemnable, mistaken, leftmost, left-of-center, criminal, liberal, incorrect, oblique, erroneous, middle-of-the-road, inside, leftish, inaccurate, left-hand(a), misguided, leftist, unsatisfactory, vicious, center, left-handed, inopportune, two-handed, wrongheaded, ambidextrous, inappropriate, deplorable, wrongly, incorrectly

  31. properly, decently, decent, in good order, right, the right way(adverb)

    in the right manner

    "please do your job properly!"; "can't you carry me decent?"

    in good order, the right way, by rights, powerful, decently, justly, flop, properly, right on, mightily, correctly, mighty, aright, decent

    wrong, left, wrongfulness, inappropriate, liberal, condemnable, parallel, center, erroneous, reprehensible, improper, criminal, base, left-handed, wrongheaded, oblique, centrist, near(a), inopportune, mistaken, incorrect, deplorable, unsatisfactory, vicious, middle-of-the-road, fallacious, port, far left, immoral, left-of-center, two-handed, inaccurate, misguided, ambidextrous, false, leftist, leftmost, left-wing, larboard, nigh(a), left-hand(a), inside, leftish, wrongly, incorrectly

  32. right, right on(adverb)

    an interjection expressing agreement

    properly, the right way, correctly, in good order, decently, justly, flop, powerful, right on, mightily, mighty, aright, decent

    wrong, left, wrongfulness, mistaken, inopportune, unsatisfactory, fallacious, immoral, middle-of-the-road, left-of-center, nigh(a), oblique, left-handed, misguided, far left, incorrect, two-handed, leftmost, leftist, near(a), false, condemnable, improper, inappropriate, larboard, ambidextrous, center, inaccurate, inside, erroneous, reprehensible, leftish, left-hand(a), left-wing, deplorable, centrist, parallel, criminal, liberal, port, base, vicious, wrongheaded, wrongly, incorrectly

  33. right(adverb)


    "she felt right at home"; "he fell right into the trap"

    properly, the right way, correctly, in good order, decently, justly, flop, powerful, right on, mightily, mighty, aright, decent

    wrongfulness, left, wrong, leftist, left-handed, near(a), larboard, middle-of-the-road, port, reprehensible, improper, condemnable, center, base, erroneous, leftish, inappropriate, parallel, liberal, inaccurate, fallacious, left-hand(a), left-of-center, misguided, leftmost, mistaken, inside, deplorable, two-handed, immoral, far left, vicious, nigh(a), false, inopportune, oblique, ambidextrous, centrist, left-wing, incorrect, criminal, unsatisfactory, wrongheaded, wrongly, incorrectly

  34. mighty, mightily, powerful, right(adverb)

    (Southern regional intensive) very; to a great degree

    "the baby is mighty cute"; "he's mighty tired"; "it is powerful humid"; "that boy is powerful big now"; "they have a right nice place"; "they rejoiced mightily"

    properly, the right way, correctly, in good order, decently, justly, flop, mighty, mightily, powerful, right on, aright, decent

    left, wrong, wrongfulness, center, left-wing, immoral, deplorable, near(a), leftist, false, left-of-center, mistaken, improper, oblique, inaccurate, criminal, inopportune, middle-of-the-road, parallel, fallacious, unsatisfactory, incorrect, liberal, centrist, nigh(a), inappropriate, far left, leftish, vicious, condemnable, port, left-handed, two-handed, ambidextrous, erroneous, leftmost, inside, larboard, base, misguided, left-hand(a), wrongheaded, reprehensible, incorrectly, wrongly

  35. justly, right(adverb)

    in accordance with moral or social standards

    "that serves him right"; "do right by him"

    flop, rightly, correctly, in good order, decently, mighty, justly, powerful, properly, right on, mightily, justifiedly, the right way, aright, decent

    left, wrong, wrongfulness, improper, deplorable, incorrect, criminal, near(a), two-handed, left-handed, mistaken, oblique, inappropriate, middle-of-the-road, port, false, fallacious, center, inaccurate, immoral, condemnable, left-wing, misguided, vicious, wrongheaded, parallel, nigh(a), base, inside, left-of-center, erroneous, leftmost, left-hand(a), liberal, far left, inopportune, centrist, ambidextrous, leftist, reprehensible, larboard, leftish, unsatisfactory, wrongly, incorrectly

  36. correctly, right, aright(adverb)

    in an accurate manner

    "the flower had been correctly depicted by his son"; "he guessed right"

    in good order, the right way, correctly, powerful, decently, justly, flop, properly, right on, mightily, mighty, aright, decent

    wrong, left, wrongfulness, immoral, inopportune, condemnable, mistaken, fallacious, leftist, oblique, reprehensible, improper, near(a), parallel, inappropriate, incorrect, deplorable, two-handed, larboard, centrist, vicious, center, far left, wrongheaded, left-hand(a), inaccurate, liberal, base, inside, middle-of-the-road, nigh(a), left-handed, left-wing, leftmost, erroneous, leftish, misguided, false, ambidextrous, left-of-center, criminal, port, unsatisfactory, wrongly, incorrectly

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. right(n)

    A right is that which one may properly demand upon considerations of justice, morality, equity, or of natural or positive law. A right may be either general or special, natural or artificial. "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" are the natural and inalienable rights of all men; rights of property, inheritance, etc., are individual and special, and often artificial, as the right of inheritance by primogeniture. A privilege is always special, exceptional, and artificial; it is something not enjoyed by all, or only to be enjoyed on certain special conditions, a peculiar benefit, favor, advantage, etc. A privilege may be of doing or avoiding; in the latter case it is an exemption or immunity; as, a privilege of hunting or fishing; exemption from military service; immunity from arrest. A franchise is a specific right or privilege granted by the government or established as such by governmental authority; as, the elective franchise; a railroad franchise. A prerogative is an official right or privilege, especially one inherent in the royal or sovereign power; in a wider sense it is an exclusive and peculiar privilege which one possesses by reason of being what he is; as, reason is the prerogative of man; kings and nobles have often claimed prerogatives and privileges opposed to the inherent rights of the people. Compare DUTY; JUSTICE.

    claim, exemption, franchise, immunity, liberty, license, prerogative, privilege

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. right(a.)

    straight, direct, rectilinear, not crooked

  2. right(a.)

    just, lawful, equitable, fair, rightful, honest, in accordance with duty

  3. right(a.)

    fit, suitable, seemly, proper, meet, becoming, appropriate, as it should be, COMME IL FAUT

  4. right(a.)

    correct, true, not erroneous, not mistaken

  5. right(a.)

    right hand

  6. right(ad.)

    directly, in a direct line

  7. right(ad.)

    uprightly, equitably, fairly, lawfully, rightfully, rightly

  8. right(ad.)

    fitly, suitably, properly

  9. right(ad.)

    correctly, truly

  10. right(ad.)

    very, in a great degree

  11. right(n.)

    rectitude, justice, equity, fairness, goodness, lawfulness, propriety, what ought to be, what should be

  12. right(n.)

    truth, correctness

  13. right(n.)

    prerogative, privilege, immunity

  14. right(n.)

    legal claim

  15. right(v. a.)

    set upright

  16. right(v. a.)

    do justice to, relieve from wrong, see one righted, see justice done to one

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  1. Jeb Bush:

    He figures out ways to say things that I, you know, struggle with. He says, 'you can believe in science and believe in God. It's not one or the other.' I should have said that, that's the right way to say it.

  2. Donald Trump:

    For too long, a small group in our nation's Capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost, the establishment protected itself, but not the citizens of our country. Their victories have not been your victories; their triumphs have not been your triumphs; and while they celebrated in our nation's capital, there was little to celebrate for struggling families all across our land. That all changes -- starting right here, and right now.

  3. Ryan Sitton:

    I'm not advocating we do anything on our own, if it is the right thing to keep some stability in the world, we can do it.

  4. Warren Moon:

    African American quarterbacks now are getting more opportunities than they ever have before, and I think that's why you see so many of them flourishing in the league right now.

  5. Boyd Brown:

    Folks are remembering why they pushed back in 2008, and a candidate with the right message and retail politics could pick the lock Clinton thinks she has on the party faithful.

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  • regsAfrikaans
  • حق, يَمِين, على اليمين, إلى اليمين, یمین, صحيح, صَحَّحَArabic
  • sağAzerbaijani
  • төҙ, уңдағы, тура, уң яҡ, уңға, дөрөҫ, хоҡуҡ, хаҡ, уңда, уң, төҙәтеү, дөрөҫләүBashkir
  • ве́рны, пра́вы, пра́вільны, справа, направа, прамы́Belarusian
  • прав, право, десен, ве́рен, перпендикулярен, десничарски, надясно, пра́вилен, права, дясно, де́сен, отдясно, коригирам, изправямBulgarian
  • dretCatalan, Valencian
  • vpravo, právo, pravice, na pravé, správný, pravý, napravitCzech
  • правъOld Church Slavonic, Church Slavonic, Old Bulgarian
  • sgŵr, rhaith, de, cywir, hawl, reitWelsh
  • retvinklet, lige, ret, rettighed, højre, konservativ, korrekt, side, højre-, rigtig, korrigere, retteDanish
  • rechts, Recht, Rechte, nach rechts, richtig, gerade, rechtwinklig, ganz, ne?, oder?, richtigstellen, nicht wahr?, berichtigen, korrigierenGerman
  • δεξιός, δεξιά, ορθός, σωστό, προς τα δεξιά, συντηρητικός, σωστάGreek
  • rekta, rajto, dekstra, korekta, ĝusta, ortaEsperanto
  • sano, derecho, justo, a la diestra, derecha, recto, correcto, perpendicular, a la derecha, de derecha, diestra, de derechas, de la derecha, ¿vale?, ¿verdad?, corregir, ¿cierto?, ¿no?, verdad, valeSpanish
  • õigus, parem, otse, õigeEstonian
  • eskuin, eskubi, ongi, eskuma, zuzen, zuzenduBasque
  • راست, راستگرا, در سمت راست, درستPersian
  • oikea, oikeus, oikeistolainen, oikeaan, oikealla, oikeanpuoleinen, terve, suora, oikealle, oikeisto, aivan, oikein, [[kääntää]] [[oikein]] [[päin]], oieta, eikö niin, ihan miten vain, ihan, todella, korjata, [[nostaa]] [[pystyyn]], no niin, [[nousta]] [[pystyyn]]Finnish
  • correct, droit, droite, juste, à droite, bon, de droite, se redresser, hein, n'est-ce pas, non, corriger, redresser, d'accordFrench
  • deas, rechtIrish
  • còirScottish Gaelic
  • dereita, dereitoGalician
  • akatúvapeGuaraní
  • של האגף הימני, זְכוּת, יָמִין, ימיןHebrew
  • ठीक, दाहिना, दाहिनेHindi
  • dwaHaitian Creole
  • jobb, egyenes, jog, jobboldal, helyesHungarian
  • ուղիղ, աջ, ուղղահայաց, ճիշտ, իրավունքArmenian
  • dextra, juste, dextere, correcte, dextera, dextre, derectoInterlingua
  • hak, betul, lurus, benar, kananIndonesian
  • dextra, korekta, yuro, dextroIdo
  • rétt, hægri, réttur, horn, bein, beinn, beintIcelandic
  • diritto, a destra, destra, corretto, destro, correggereItalian
  • 正しい, 垂直, 権利, 右, 直, まっすぐ, 右翼, ね, 訂正するJapanese
  • მარჯვენაGeorgian
  • оңKazakh
  • ស្ដាំKhmer
  • 우익, 곧다, 오른쪽, 권리, 오른, 옳다, 바른, 바르다Korean
  • rastê, ماف, rast, راست, rastgir, ته‌واو, maf, heq, durist, rêk, راست کردن, sererast kirin, rast kirin, durist kirinKurdish
  • оңKyrgyz
  • directus, dexter, elegans, rectus, emendatusLatin
  • rietsLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
  • ຂວາLao
  • dešinysLithuanian
  • labaisLatvian
  • десно, прав, од десно, нормален, право, десничарски, исправен, правилен, десница, десен, де́сен, точен, исправа, корегира, поправаMacedonian
  • баруунMongolian
  • kanan, tepat, betulMalay
  • tajba, koretta, dritta, tajjeb, korett, lemin, drittMaltese
  • မှန်Burmese
  • rechts, rechterkant, rechter-, recht, correct, juist, toch, verbeterenDutch
  • rettighet, høyre siden, riktig, rett, høyreNorwegian
  • nishʼnáájígo, akótʼéNavajo, Navaho
  • gichinik, gwayak, gwekibagizoOjibwe, Ojibwa
  • prawa, prawidłowy, w prawo, prawy, poprawny, na prawo, prawo, prawica, prawda, co nie, niePolish
  • correto, justo, [[à]] [[direita]], reto, direita, direito, perpendicular, certo, de direita, direto, né, endireitar-se, corrigirPortuguese
  • pañaQuechua
  • dretgRomansh
  • pe dreapta, la dreapta, dreapta, drept, corectitudine, sănătos, așa-i, e drept, și atunci?, nimic de zis, nu-i așa?, sigur, așa-iRomanian
  • пра́вый, направо, права, правый, справа, ве́рный, как ра́з, прямо́й, вправо, право, пра́вильный, перпендикуля́рный, исправить, выпрямлять, пра́вильно, ве́рно, исправлять, выпрямить, верно, правильноRussian
  • točan, ispravan, на̏десно, pravo, desnica, ispravno, nȁdesno, точан, исправно, desni, okomit, prav, desničarski, десни, исправан, ravan, uspraviti, ispravitiSerbo-Croatian
  • na pravé, vpravo, pravýSlovak
  • pravi, desni, na desni, desničarski, pravica, desnica, desno, popravljati, popravitiSlovene
  • djathtë, drejtëAlbanian
  • rätvinklig, rak, rät, högern, rätt, åt höger, rättighet, höger, höger-, riktig, vinkelrät, korrigera, eller hur?, rätta, rätaSwedish
  • kulia, hakiSwahili
  • வலதுTamil
  • సరైన, లంబ, కుడి, హక్కు, సరిTelugu
  • ростTajik
  • ดิ่ว, ใช่, มุมฉาก, ขวา, ถูก, ตรง, ฝ่ายขวา, แก้, ตำหนิเพื่อแก้ไข, ซื่อThai
  • hakTurkmen
  • karapatan, kananTagalog
  • dik, sağ, düz, tutucu, doğru, hak, muhafazakâr, dikey, düzeltmek, doğrultmakTurkish
  • пра́вильний, направо, зправа, ві́рний, прями́й, пра́вийUkrainian
  • ٹھیکUrdu
  • oʻng, sogʻUzbek
  • cánh hữu, phải, thẳng, quyền lợi, hữu khuynh, ở bên phải, quyền, bên phải, đúng, có lýVietnamese
  • verätikVolapük

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