Definition of right-and-left in English:

right-and-left

verb

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  • no object To move to the right and left successively, as part of a single action; to weave or dodge from right to left.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in James Fennell (1766–1816), actor. From right and left.

Pronunciation

right-and-left

/ˌrʌɪtən(d)ˈlɛft/