Common misspellings for right:
tright, rilght, riht, rightnow, roght, ritgh, righrt, hight, righr, roight, rightt, righst, rigth, righy, rigt, ritht, rigtht, rght, nght, nright, richt, iight, righ, rught, irght, rtight, hright, rightaa, lright, rignt, eright, rightof, riight, righth, righjt, rought, reight, rigght, righht, rifght, rihgt, rioght, ight, raight, riught, rightr, rigfht, rright, rikght, rifht, wrighte, righty, rihht.
Definition of right:
- To rise with the masts erect, as a ship. To right the helm, to place it in the middle of a ship.
- To do justice to; to relieve from wrong; to set upright.
- To relieve from wrong; to do justice to; to restore to its upright position, as a ship.
- Conformity to truth and justice; rectitude; justice; propriety; freedom from error; just claim; legal title; prerogative; privilege; authority; property; the side opposed to the left; the ministerial side in a legislative assembly; the conservative side in philosophy. To put to rights, to put in good order; to adjust. Bill of rights, a declaration of rights, specially as granted by William III. in 1688. Writ of right, a writ which lies to recover lands in fee simple, unjustly withheld from the true owner. Right about, summary dismissal.
- Not the wrong; perfect standard of truth and justice; justice; freedom from error; legal title; just claim; that which justly belongs to one; privilege.
- Well done. Right- angle, an angle of 90 degrees, or one- fourth of a circlo. Right ascension. See Ascension.
- In a right or straight line; rightly; justly; correctly; very.
- According to the standard of truth and justice; according to fact and truth; directly; in a direct line; very; thoroughly, as right valiant; int. an expression of approval.
- Straight; just; according to truth and justice; fit; proper; lawful; true; correct; most convenient or dexterous; well- performed; most direct on the right hand; on the right with the face looking down.
- Straight; not crooked; direct; true; not wrong; according to the standard of truth or of moral rectitude, or to the will of God; not erroneous or wrong; fit; proper; well performed; applied to one of the hands which it is most convenient or right to make use of, or which is naturally used in preference to the other, from some inherent physical power in itself- see left; on the right hand, as a leg or a part; applied to the side or bank of a river on the right hand when looking towards its mouth; denoting an angle of 90º; denoting the side of cloth designed to appear externally.