from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. right
- adv. right
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A dialectal variant of root.
- n. A dialectal variant of right.
- To smooth, or put in order; comb, as the hair.
Rockefeller Center Properties is a REIT-pronounced "reet" - a company that gives stockholders a real-estate investment without their having to worry about collecting the rent, shoveling snow off the sidewalks or finding new tenants.
S. O'BRIEN: Let's begin on Wall S.reet, which is already taking in reports from overseas the worldwide sell off is now in a second day.
Oh and Simon, I know plenty of real people hereabout that say 'reet'.
'night' is 'nicht,' why is 'right' 'reet' -- either 'the noo' or at any other time?
“I want to look reet when I arrive in Washington.”
With perfect timing Nokia and the old fashioned Chief Inspector passed us in the corridor, the Chief Insp said “yah all reet Nokia”, end of conversation with Insp.Priceless. on October 30, 2009 at 10: 48 pm kKop
Bet the Eqality and Diversity dept. are reet proud of the utterence of their drone of an Acc. too on March 18, 2010 at 7: 54 pm inspectorgadget
The government has long struggled to patrol the massive S.uthern border, which is illegally crossed by immigrants and drugs from Mexico and by guns and money heading south from the U.S. Brian L. Frank for The Wall S.reet Journal The U.S.
For comic relief, there's the U.S. S.nate, where Chris Dodd blames Greece's plight, not on the Greeks themselves but — of course — on "Wall S.reet."
The corporate-bond strategy used by Mr. Caramadre, who was the subject of a Page One article in The Wall S.reet Journal last month about variable annuities, has resulted in two civil suits related to the survivor's option in U.S. District Court in Rhode Island.