from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. To or on the right.
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- adj. To or from the right.
- adv. To or from the right.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Toward the right.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To or on the right hand.
But, Jane, I think you hit on an even more important question, which is why is a Republican complaining about the so-called rightward shift of the party?
Various things could be done to compensate for the 1ft 5in rightward lean.
I went over the speech beforehand and wrote a column previewing the speech, in which the landslide re-election winner of the November past called on his rightward-leaning party to head more towards the center.
Top Democratic strategists are abandoning their party's frontrunner in the Florida Senate race in favor of Independent Charlie Crist, who bolted the Republican party over the state party's rightward lurch toward the Tea Party.
Participation in this year's summit saw a rightward shift in attendance, by both legislators and advocacy groups, reflecting the tectonic political shifts in state legislatures that resulted from the 2010 elections.
That road has not led to arresting the continued rightward drift of the so-called center as any meaningful left fades away like the Cheshire cat.
The problem arises in my argument that: ...right-wing billionaires like Richard Mellon Scaife, Rupert Murdoch, the Coors brothers, and, more recently, the Koch brothers have joined together with multinational corporations to shift the center of political gravity in our debate rightward on matters of economic, military, and social policy.
Cuomo is positioning himself as a "centrist" or rightward leaning Democrat.
A rightward move in the country's politics will ultimately challenge the dependency culture that has given Scotland one of the largest public sectors in the free world.
By sponsoring a blog that tilts rightward, particularly in a Senate race that has huge national implications, the Post isn't doing itself or us any favors.