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  • interj. An expression of enthusiasm or encouragement.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. an interjection expressing agreement


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  • Teague showed up right on time with black sunglasses, a battered black leather jacket, and a chauffered black Town Car idling at the curb.

    The 310: Boy Trouble

  • Not much happens in the world these days without Rachel Jacobs being right on top of it.

    Balancing in High Heels

  • Afterward, we crossed the statale, wandered into a patch of greenery called Parco Mayer, and found, right on the water, a little eating place called La Coupole.

    The Italian Summer

  • My third dream is to kiss Ian St. Clair right on the lips.


  • The place was set right on the statale, and the owners, a young couple, greeted us with what almost seemed gratitude.

    The Italian Summer

  • One day in gym class, a basketball knocked me to the floor mid-layup, landing me right on my tailbone.


  • And then he fainted dead away, falling right on top of Fabbio.

    May Bird, Warrior Princess

  • Andrus and Elsa had recommended a place called the Albergo Bolsena, which was housed in a square, two-story, stucco, lakeside building right on our way home.

    The Italian Summer

  • At Lipomo, turn toward Montorfano, and the course will be right on that road.

    The Italian Summer

  • We drove a few blocks and then turned right on Coffey, which is a long block of warehouses that leads to the waterfront and the moribund, long-dead Red Hook piers.

    The Double Life is Twice as Good


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