from The Century Dictionary.

  • Straight forward.
  • On the very spot; right there.


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  • "In the right hand corner over there-right under the ventilator screen."

    Blue System Scheer, Karl 1976

  • If there ever was a perfect place to lay an ambush, it was there-right there.

    Night of masks Norton, Andre 1965

  • The dyke was dug seven feet deeper, then they found anon there-right the stone.

    Roman de Brut. English Layamon

  • Dom knows that Arthur has always been there-right by his side through all this bullshit and tragedy and pain, but he's never noticed that it has been Arthur's burden too.

    TRG's Journal-O-Fun thatreevesgirl 2010


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