GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. satisfactory; better than average.
“My losing of interest was given a turbo-boost by sharing a townhouse with the local CST, who -- although she was an all-right roommate -- was the nexus for much of the Camarilla drama in the southeast.”
“There are no such forms as all-right, or allright, or alright, though even the last, if seldom allowed by the compositors to appear in print, is often seen ... in MS.”
“Dude…..ya all-right, that just hit ya in the head.”
“Talking of his wife, Nellie, Lawrence says, "She's had her sadness, but she's an all-right girl" (page 61).”
“I think he's an all-right guy," said James Konz, 38, who does painting and drywall work in Saucier, Miss.”
“And, given the domination of talk radio by the fringe hard-right that represents the political views of only a small segment of America, why is it that the vast majority of talk radio stations across the nation never run even an occasional centrist or progressive show in the midst of their all-right, all-the-time programming day?”
“I know the government, will be all-right, and I doubt that you will have to leave.”
“I know the government will be all-right, and I doubt that you will have to leave.”
““Are you having an all-right time at the party?” she asked.”
“There were several worried messages from Dad – but when I called on Saturday evening, he seemed to accept that I was in all-right shape and that, yes, once everything settled down, I would come see him and Edith soon.”
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