Put to rights

see: set to rights ; also put right


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  • Put to the test

    Try or check out something or someone, as in This tall grass will put our new lawnmower to the test, or Let’s put Harry to the test and see if he knows the last 20 World Series winners. [ Mid-1600s ]

  • Putt-putt

    [puht-puht, -puht] /ˈpʌtˈpʌt, -ˌpʌt/ noun, verb (used without object) 1. . [puht-puht, -puht] /ˈpʌtˈpʌt, -ˌpʌt/ noun 1. the sound made by a small internal-combustion engine or imitative of its operation. 2. Informal. a small internal-combustion engine, or something, as a boat or model airplane, equipped with one: the sound of distant put-puts on the lake. […]

  • Putty

    [puht-ee] /ˈpʌt i/ noun, plural putties. 1. a compound of whiting and linseed oil, of a doughlike consistency when fresh, used to secure windowpanes, patch woodwork defects, etc. 2. any of various other compounds used for similar purposes. 3. any of various substances for sealing the joints of tubes or pipes, composed of linseed oil […]

  • Putty-knife

    noun 1. a tool for puttying, having a broad flexible blade.

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