- v. present participle of right.
“It was superb this last protest, and so frantic that he succeeded at last in righting himself.”
“By Carlos, at Wed Feb 08, 08: 37: 00 PM congrats on having a part in righting a wrong. by the way, that is a damn fine blog layout. lol.”
“#38 The view is fantastic, especially knowing that once Alito is confirmed, the Supreme Court will begin righting the wrongs done the Supreme Court for the last 30 years.”
“Funny, heartbreaking, and alive with a potpourri of eccentric and irresistible characters, Broken for You is a testament to the saving graces of surrogate families, and shows how far the tiniest repair jobs can go in righting the worlds wrongs.”
“They are little movies so vivid in righting you can actually see things happen, even if you dont have a good imagination!”
“Still the crew never lost their self-possession for one moment, but succeeded in righting her, and resuming their places, without the loss of a man.”
“What do you call righting yourself?" inquired Anne of Austria, in alarm.”
“GORDON: He has given a sense of recognition to the Nazis and neo-Nazis that he’s associated with … and so I ask the Sheriff today to publically disavow his associations with these hate mongerars and apologize so we can begin righting the ship.”
“As you know, the first rush upward from the earth is very sudden, and this time the balloon, when it first caught the wind, heeled violently over and was longer than usual in righting.”
“Reintroductions inevitably have rewards and risks, and while the idea of righting past wrongs and restoring an ecosystem is appealing, there's no guarantee the lynx will last.”
Looking for tweets for righting.