Another word for right
fairly, evenly, equitably, honestly, decently, sincerely, legitimately, lawfully, conscientiously, squarely, impartially, objectively, reliably, dispassionately, without bias, without prejudice; see also justly 1.
Opposite to left
right-hand, dextral, dexter, righthanded, clockwise, on the right, starboard.
Antonyms left*, sinistral, counterclockwise.
Designating the side intended for show
That which is right or just
The conservative element
right wing, conservatives, reactionaries, traditionalists, Old Guard, Republicans, Republican Party, Tories.
Antonyms left, left wing, liberals.
The part opposite the left
right hand, dexter, right side, strong side, starboard, recto.
To make upright
Antonyms upset*, turn upside down, capsize.
To repair an injustice
Another word for rightadjective
In accordance with principles of right or good conduct:ethical, moral, principled, proper, righteous, rightful, right-minded, virtuous. See right
Consistent with prevailing or accepted standards or circumstances:appropriate, deserved, due, fit1, fitting, just, merited, proper, rightful, suitable. See right
Conforming to fact:accurate, correct, exact, faithful, precise, rigorous, true, veracious, veridical. See correct, honest, real, true
Having no errors:accurate, correct, errorless, exact, precise, rigorous. See correct, true
Conforming to accepted standards:becoming, befitting, comely, comme il faut, correct, decent, decorous, de rigueur, nice, proper, respectable, seemly. See courtesy
Suitable for a particular person, condition, occasion, or place:appropriate, apt, becoming, befitting, correct, felicitous, fit1, fitting, happy, meet2, proper, tailor-made. See right
Having good health:fit1, hale, healthful, healthy, hearty, sound2, well2, whole, wholesome. Idioms: fit as a fiddle, hale and hearty, in fine fettle. See health
Strongly favoring retention of the existing order:conservative, orthodox, rightist, right-wing, Tory, traditionalist, traditionalistic. See keep
A privilege granted a person, as by virtue of birth:appanage, birthright, perquisite, prerogative. (Law) droit. See owned
Conferred power:authority, faculty, mandate. (Law) competence, competency. See ability
In a direct line:dead, direct, directly, due, straight, straightaway. See straight
With precision or absolute conformity:bang, dead, direct, directly, exactly, fair, flush, just, precisely, smack1, square, squarely, straight. (Slang) smack-dab. See precise
To restore to or place in an upright or proper position:stand (up). See horizontal
To restore to proper condition or functioning:doctor, fix, fix up, mend, overhaul, patch, repair1, revamp. Idiom: set right. See help
To make right what is wrong:amend, correct, emend, mend, rectify, redress, reform, remedy. See correct