Definition of all righty
: all right 2 —usually used as an interjection All righty now, let's get started! Well, alrighty then. I guess we'll just have to agree to disagree. —often used in a joking or ironic way The flame derives from Greek mythology. According to myth, Prometheus stole sacred fire from the gods and brought it to Earth. The mythic flame has become a symbol of human reason, freedom and creativity. All righty, then. — Denise Hazlick, MSNBC.com, 9 Feb. 2006
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