Examples of right on in a Sentence
Her assessment of the situation was right on.
one of the right-on people
Recent Examples of right on from the Web
Junior pitcher Danielle Brown was right on target for the Chargers in their 7-2 win at Rosary in a neighborhood battle for west side supremacy, since both teams have early-season wins over West Aurora.
On the eighth-grade reading test, the state’s students scored three points higher in 2017 compared with 2015 and were right on target with counterparts nationwide.
That was a great pass on their third goal - right on McGrew's tape for the tying goal in the third.
The fact that the animated movie would inspire young women everywhere, and showcase five strong female role models, is right on-brand for the Spice Girls.
The name is a bit deceiving: These tats don't necessarily need to be right on the side of a boob, but rather the general ribcage region on the side of your body.
On Thursday at Bay Hill, Tiger had some huge misses to both sides with both of those clubs, one of which (fore right on 3) kept this round from being a really low one.
The Post is right on target about the Virginia results.
Allen followed that up with two big throws right on target: A 31-yarder to Colorado State’s Michael Gallup and a 27-yard touchdown to Notre Dame tight end Durham Smythe.
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First Known Use of right on
RIGHT ON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of right on for English Language Learners
: exactly correct
—used to say that you agree completely with what someone has said
: having or supporting liberal or left-wing beliefs and opinions about how people should be treated
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