Definitions

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  • adv. in every detail

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Examples

  • For three years, he has been maintaining at 220, which feels just right for his six-foot-three-inch frame.

    The Life You Want

  • Mr. Woodlawn had planted the seeds in new ground, which was plowed that spring for the first time, and the season had been just right to bring the melons to successful fruition.

    Caddie Woodlawn’s Family

  • They put the fogger in their boat when the wind is just right and drive across one side of the swamp.

    The Huckleberry Murders

  • The afternoon was just right warm—a May day that could have been a role model for all May days, and the air smelled wet and grassy because Mrs. Saint George across the street had turned her sprinkler on.

    The Six Rules of Maybe

  • According to Jencks, the billowing white roofs of the Opera House could be read as sails, waves, or seashells.11 This has little to do with music, but it seems just right for Sydney Harbor and Australia.

    Makeshift Metropolis

  • They did not show, as they were hung up on the tanker and I played the fuel to the point that everything would have to work just right on the way back, or Wa-bash one and two were in trouble.

    Thud Ridge

  • A Barbie-sized waist, and hips that curved just right down into long, lean legs with just enough fat content to smooth out any bones.

    Something Unpredictable

  • Although the range was just right for the Graf Spee's 11-inch guns, it was still high for Commodore Harwqod's 6-inch guns.

    Graf Spee

  • He will need a mate when he grows up, and Ura is just right for him.

    The Clan of the Cave Bear

  • "Yes, just right for us," the jet blackhead said, nibbling on his left ear.

    Zombie Lover

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