Definition of Rightfulness

1. Noun. Anything in accord with principles of justice. "The rightfulness of his claim"

Exact synonyms: Right
Generic synonyms: Justice, Justness
Antonyms: Wrong, Wrongfulness
Derivative terms: Rightful, Rightful



Definition of Rightfulness

1. n. The quality or state of being rightful; accordance with right and justice.

Definition of Rightfulness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being rightful. ¹

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Definition of Rightfulness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rightfulness

righteous
righteoused
righteousing
righteously
righteousness
righteousnesses
righter
righter than rain
righters
rightest
righteye flounder
righteyed flounder
rightful
rightful(a)
rightfully
rightfulness (current term)
rightfulnesses
righthand
righthanded
righthander
rightie
righties
righting
righting reflexes
rightings
rightio
rightish
rightism
rightisms
rightist

Literary usage of Rightfulness

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1. The Elements of International Law: With an Account of Its Origin, Sources by George Breckenridge Davis (1915)
"rightfulness of War. With the inherent rightfulness of war international law has nothing to do. War exists as a fact of international relations, and, ..."

2. The Elements of International Law: With an Account of Its Origin Sources and by George Breckenridge Davis (1908)
"rightfulness of War. With the inherent rightfulness of war international law has nothing to do. War exists as a fact of international relations, and, ..."

3. The Elements of International Law by George Breckenridge Davis (1900)
"When its object is attained, in either case, war becomes unlawful and must cease. rightfulness of War. With the inherent rightfulness of war international ..."

4. The Elements of International Law: With an Account of Its Origin, Sources by George Breckenridge Davis, Gordon Edward Sherman (1915)
"With the inherent rightfulness of war international law has nothing to do. War exists as a fact of international relations, and, as such, it is accepted and ..."

5. The Elements of International Law: With an Account of Its Origin, Sources by George Breckenridge Davis (1900)
"rightfulness of 'War. With the inherent rightfulness of i war international law has nothing to do. War exists as a ' fact of international relations, and, ..."

6. The Elements of International Law: With an Account of Its Origin, Sources by George Breckenridge Davis (1900)
"rightfulness of War. ... inherent rightfulness of war international law has nothing to do. War exists as a fact of international relations, and, as such, ..."

7. The Rights and Duties of American Citizenship by Westel Woodbury Willoughby (1898)
"The rightfulness of the State's Authority. — The rightfulness of the authority of the state is denied by those who term themselves Anarchists; ..."

8. The Rights and Duties of American Citizenship by Westel Woodbury Willoughby (1898)
"The rightfulness of the State's Authority. — The rightfulness of the authority of the state is denied by those who term themselves Anarchists; ..."

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