Definition of Rightings

1. righting [n] - See also: righting



Lexicographical Neighbors of Rightings

rightest
righteye flounder
righteyed flounder
rightful
rightful(a)
rightfully
rightfulness
rightfulnesses
righthand
righthanded
righthander
rightie
righties
righting
righting reflexes
rightings
rightio
rightish
rightism
rightisms
rightist
rightists
rightless
rightly
rightmost
rightness
rightnesses
righto
rightos
rights

Literary usage of Rightings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Biological Bulletin by Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.) (1918)
"Here ends the experimenting on right movements on this particular individual. The total average speed per normal rightings is 57.1 sec. per righting. ..."

2. Fraser's Magazine (1872)
"The Prince of Orange's son is to come over very shortly and marry with our King's eldest daughter; the rightings are drawn all redy.' On February u, 1641, ..."

3. The Story Books of Little Gidding: Being the Religious Dialogues Recited in by Nicholas Ferrar, Emily Cruwys Sharland (1899)
"And by the same reasons wee shall find that those murmurings, those helpings and rightings our selves which ..."

4. The Story Books of Little Gidding: Being the Religious Dialogues Recited in by Nicholas Ferrar, Emily Cruwys Sharland (1899)
"And by the same reasons wee shall find that those murmurings, those helpings and rightings our selves which ..."

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