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foreright

adverb fore·right \ˈfōrˌrīt\

Definition of foreright

now dialectal, England

  1. :  straight ahead :  directly forward

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Origin and Etymology of foreright

Middle English, from fore- + right (adverb)


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foreright

adjective fore·right \"\

Definition of foreright

  1. 1 dialectal, England :  going straight ahead :  straightforward direct the foreright path

  2. 2 dialectal :  headstrong obstinate

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foreright

preposition fore·right \"\

Definition of foreright

dialectal, England

  1. :  directly opposite :  across from

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