Tending to use the right eye instead of the left when using an instrument that permits the use of one eye only.
- Right-eyed flounder
or righteye flounder [rahyt-ahyd] /ˈraɪtˌaɪd/ noun 1. any of several flatfishes of the family Pleuronectidae, having both eyes on the right side of the head.
or rightabout-face, right-about-face noun 1. Military. a command, given to a soldier or soldiers at attention, to turn the body about toward the right so as to face in the opposite direction. the act of so turning in a prescribed military manner. 2. rightabout (def 2). 3. any complete reversal, as of conduct or opinion. […]
noun, Military. 1. a grenade designed to be fired from a grenade launcher attached to the muzzle of a rifle or carbine. rifle grenade noun 1. a grenade fired from a rifle
noun, Baseball. 1. the player whose position is right field.