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Another word for right

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Adjective
  1. In accordance with principles of right or good conduct

    See also:

    right

  2. Consistent with prevailing or accepted standards or circumstances

    See also:

    right

  3. Conforming to fact

      1. Truthful; veracious:
      2. Coinciding with future events or apparently unknowable present realities:
      1. Honest; truthful:
      2. Accurate; true:
      1. Consistent with fact or reality; not false or erroneous:
      2. Not counterfeit; real or genuine:
      3. Conforming to the characteristics or criteria of a group or type; typical:
      1. Characterized by or adhering to strict standards or methods; exacting and thorough:
      2. Harsh, severe, or demanding:
      3. Very unpleasant or inclement:
      1. Clearly expressed or delineated; definite:
      2. Exact, as in performance, execution, or amount; accurate or correct:
      3. Strictly distinguished from others; very:
      1. Adhering firmly and devotedly, as to a person, cause, or idea; loyal.
      2. Engaging in sex only with one's spouse or only with one's partner in a sexual relationship.
      3. Responsible; conscientious:
      1. Strictly and completely in accord with fact; not deviating from truth or reality:
      2. Characterized by accurate measurements or inferences with small margins of error; not approximate:
      3. Characterized by strict adherence to standards or rules:
      1. To make or put right:
      2. To remove the errors or mistakes from:
      3. To indicate or mark the errors in:
      1. Conforming exactly to fact; errorless.
      2. Deviating only slightly or within acceptable limits from a standard.
      3. Capable of providing a correct reading or measurement:
  4. Having no errors

  5. Conforming to accepted standards

    See also:

    courtesy

  6. Suitable for a particular person, condition, occasion, or place

    See also:

    right

  7. Having good health

      1. Conducive to or indicative of good health or well-being; salutary:
      2. Conducive to or promoting social or moral well-being, especially in reflecting conventional moral values:
      1. Containing all components; complete:
      2. Not divided or disjoined; in one unit:
      3. Constituting the full amount, extent, or duration:
      1. A deep hole or shaft sunk into the earth to obtain water, oil, gas, or brine.
      2. A container or reservoir for a liquid, such as ink.
      3. A place where water issues from the earth; a spring or fountain.
      1. Vibrations transmitted through an elastic solid or a liquid or gas, with frequencies in the approximate range of 20 to 20,000 hertz, capable of being detected by human organs of hearing.
      2. Transmitted vibrations of any frequency.
      3. The sensation stimulated in the organs of hearing by such vibrations in the air or other medium.
      1. Expressed warmly, exuberantly, and unrestrainedly:
      2. Complete or thorough; unequivocal:
      3. Vigorous; robust:
      1. Possessing good health:
      2. Conducive to good health; healthful:
      3. Indicative of sound, rational thinking or frame of mind:
      1. Conducive to good health; salutary.
      2. Healthy.
      1. Free from infirmity or illness; sound.
      1. To be the proper size and shape for:
      2. To cause to be the proper size and shape:
      3. To measure for proper size:
Noun
  1. A privilege granted a person, as by virtue of birth

      1. A legal right.
      2. Something to which one has legal right.
      1. An exclusive right or privilege held by a person or group, especially a hereditary or official right.
      2. The exclusive right and power to command, decide, rule, or judge:
      3. Of, arising from, or exercising a prerogative.
      1. A payment, profit, or benefit received in addition to a regular wage or salary, especially when due or expected.
      2. Something regarded or claimed as an exclusive right by virtue of one's social position or rank:
      3. A gratuity; a tip.
      1. A right, possession, or privilege that is one's due by birth.
      2. A special privilege accorded a firstborn.
      1. A source of revenue, such as land, given by a sovereign for the maintenance of a member of the ruling family.
      2. Something extra offered to or claimed by a party as due; a perquisite:
      3. A rightful or customary accompaniment or adjunct.
    See also:

    owned

  2. Conferred power

      1. Competence.
      2. A skill or ability.
      1. The ability to do something well or efficiently.
      2. A range of skill or ability:
      3. A specific ability or skill:
      1. An authoritative command or instruction.
      2. A command or authorization given by a political electorate to the winner of an election.
      3. A commission from the League of Nations authorizing a member nation to administer a territory.
      1. An inherent power or ability:
      2. A talent or natural ability for something:
      3. The teachers and instructors of a school or college, or of one of its divisions, especially those considered permanent, full-time employees.
      1. The power to enforce laws, exact obedience, command, determine, or judge.
      2. One that is invested with this power, especially a government or body of government officials:
      3. Power assigned to another; authorization:
    See also:

    ability

Adverb
  1. In a direct line

      1. Extending in a straight line or course without a curve or turn.
      2. Unhesitating; immediate:
      3. A straight course, stretch, or track.
      1. Extending continuously in the same direction without curving:
      2. Having no waves or bends:
      3. Not bent or bowed; rigid or erect:
      1. Payable immediately or on demand.
      2. Owed as a debt; owing:
      3. In accord with right, convention, or courtesy; appropriate:
      1. In a direct line or manner; straight:
      2. Without anyone or anything intervening:
      3. Exactly or totally:
      1. To manage or regulate the business or affairs of; be in charge of:
      2. To supervise or oversee (an activity or process):
      3. To give guidance and instruction to (actors or musicians, for example) in the rehearsal and performance of a work.
      1. Having lost life; no longer alive.
      2. Marked for certain death; doomed:
      3. Having the physical appearance of death:
    See also:

    straight

  2. With precision or absolute conformity

    See also:

    precise

Verb
  1. To restore to or place in an upright or proper position

      1. To rise to an upright position on the feet.
      2. To assume or maintain an upright position as specified:
      3. To maintain an upright position on the feet.
    See also:

    horizontal

  2. To restore to proper condition or functioning

      1. To patch up or restore; renovate.
      2. To revise or reconstruct (a manuscript, for example).
      3. To vamp (a shoe) anew.
      1. To restore to sound condition after damage or injury; fix:
      2. To set right; remedy:
      3. To restore or renew:
      1. A small piece of material affixed to another, larger piece to conceal, reinforce, or repair a worn area, hole, or tear.
      2. A small piece of cloth used for patchwork.
      3. A small cloth badge affixed to a garment as a decoration or an insignia, as of a military unit.
      1. To examine or go over carefully for needed repairs.
      2. To dismantle in order to make repairs.
      3. To slacken (a line) or to release and separate the blocks of (a tackle).
      1. To make repairs or restoration to; fix.
      2. To reform or correct:
      3. To improve in health or condition:
      1. To provide (someone) (with something); to furnish.
      2. To repair or refurbish.
      3. To prepare or provide (something).
      1. To correct or set right; adjust:
      2. To restore to proper condition or working order; repair:
      3. To make ready for a specific purpose, as by altering or combining elements; prepare:
      1. A person who is licensed to practice medicine and has trained at a school of medicine, chiropractic, optometry, podiatry, dentistry, or veterinary medicine.
      2. A practitioner of alternative medicine or folk medicine who does not have traditional medical credentials.
      3. A person who has earned the highest academic degree, usually a PhD, awarded by a college or university in a specified discipline.
    See also:

    help

  3. To make right what is wrong

      1. Something, such as a drug or a bandage, that is used to treat a symptom, disease, injury, or other condition.
      2. Something that corrects an evil, fault, or error.
      3. The means of obtaining redress of a wrong or enforcement of a right.
      1. To improve by alteration, correction of error, or removal of defects; put into a better form or condition:
      2. To abolish abuse or malpractice in:
      3. To put an end to (an abuse or wrong).
      1. To set right (an undesirable situation, for example); remedy or rectify.
      2. To make amends to:
      3. Satisfaction for wrong or injury; reparation.
      1. To set right; correct:
      2. To correct by calculation or adjustment:
      3. To refine or purify, especially by distillation.
      1. To make repairs or restoration to; fix.
      2. To reform or correct:
      3. To improve in health or condition:
      1. To improve by critical editing:
      1. To make or put right:
      2. To remove the errors or mistakes from:
      3. To indicate or mark the errors in:
      1. To change for the better; improve:
      2. To alter the wording of (a legal document, for example) so as to make more suitable or acceptable.
      3. To enrich (soil), especially by mixing in organic matter or sand.
    See also:

    correct

Another word for right

Modifier
  1. Correct

      1. To make or put right:
      2. To remove the errors or mistakes from:
      3. To indicate or mark the errors in:
      1. Clearly expressed or delineated; definite:
      2. Exact, as in performance, execution, or amount; accurate or correct:
      3. Strictly distinguished from others; very:
      1. Consistent with fact or reality; not false or erroneous:
      2. Not counterfeit; real or genuine:
      3. Conforming to the characteristics or criteria of a group or type; typical:
  2. Just

      1. Of, relating to, or dealing with ethics:
      2. Being in accordance with the accepted principles of right and wrong that govern the conduct of a profession:
      3. Relating to or being a drug dispensed solely on the prescription of a physician.
      1. Marked by or displaying integrity; upright:
      2. Not deceptive or fraudulent; genuine:
      3. Equitable; fair:
      1. Being in compliance with the law; lawful:
      2. Being in accordance with established or accepted rules and standards:
      3. Valid or justifiable:
      1. Being within the law; allowed by law:
      2. Established, sanctioned, or recognized by the law:
      3. Obeying the law; law-abiding.
  3. Suitable

      1. Suitable for a particular person, condition, occasion, or place; fitting.
      2. To set apart for a specific use:
      3. To take possession of or make use of exclusively for oneself, often without permission:
      1. Characterized by appropriateness or suitability; fitting:
      2. Called for by rules or conventions; correct:
      3. Strictly following rules or conventions, especially in social behavior; seemly:
      1. Exactly suitable; appropriate:
      2. Having a natural tendency; inclined:
      3. Quick to learn or understand:
    See also:

    fit

  4. Sane