Definition of Hard right
1. Noun. The extreme right wing.
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Literary usage of Hard right
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1. Modern Seamanship by Austin Melvin Knight (1921)
"We stop the engines and put the rudder hard right, and when the head has begun to swing to starboard, reverse the engines and immediately shift the rudder ..."
2. The Enrichment of Prayer by David Richard Porter (1918)
"THE hard right AGAINST THE EASY WRONG GIVE me clean hands, clean words, and clean thoughts. Help me to stand for the hard right against the easy wrong. ..."
3. Prayer at Rumayla: A Novel of the Gulf War by Charles Sheehan-Miles (2007)
"... when we pull out take a hard right." "Roger." The tank pulled forward and right. Suddenly I heard a loud snapping sound, a shiver that ran through the ..."
4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1866)
"Right parotid still very large; somewhat elastic, but not very hard. Right ear discharging freely. No enlargement of left parotid. ..."
5. Marine Fire Prevention, Firefighting and Fire Safety: A Comprehensive (1994)
"He then blew four blasts on the whistle, backed full astern from full ahead and put the rudder hard right. However, it was too late to avert a collision ..."