Like, “Yeah this will be crazy to rhyme on alright lets loop it up.”
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alright, if it gets too much let me know and we will take a break.
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The band played “Everything Will Be alright,” “Mr. Brightside,” and “Smile Like You Mean It.”
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The weather forecast was supposed to be alright but it seems to be getting worse.
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As usual, the company will likely have enough takers to do alright.
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He then turned abruptly to the slave and growled, ‘alright, where is that hog you stoled.’
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alright, Mr. Stewart, how did you find your cow, with some new kind of radar?
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A dandy horse, alright, but too high-lived for Cavalry work, and they can’t break him in to it.
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“Oh, we’ll fix him alright in just about a minute,” responded the strange voice.
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This time ’twas alright: this was a kept one for strangers, an’ I had it all to myself.
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adverb, sentence substitute, adjective
a variant spelling of all right
frequent spelling of all right, attested from 1893.
There are no such forms as all-right, or allright, or alright, though even the last, if seldom allowed by the compositors to appear in print, is often seen … in MS. [Fowler]
by this or that time; previously; prior to or at some specified or implied time: When we came in, we found they had already arrived. now; so soon; so early: Is it noon already? Informal. (used as an intensifier to express exasperation or impatience): Let’s go already! Contemporary Examples In fact, Yemeni Jews had already […]
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a region in NE France, including the former provinces of Alsace and Lorraine: part of Germany 1871–1919, 1940–45. 5607 sq. mi. (14,522 sq. km). Historical Examples She has already faced a remarkable problem, and largely solved it in her forty years’ administration of Alsace-Lorraine. The Crime Against Europe Roger Casement A Frenchman all through, from […]