aright

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adverb \ ə-ˈrīt \

Definition of aright

:right, correctly
  • if I remember aright

Origin and Etymology of aright

Middle English, from Old English ariht, from 1a- + riht right


ARIGHT Defined for English Language Learners

aright

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adverb

Definition of aright for English Language Learners

  • : so as to be correct


ARIGHT Defined for Kids

aright

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adverb \ ə-ˈrīt \

Definition of aright for Students

:in a correct way
  • She tried to set things aright.

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