One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- form of all right, used especially to express agreement or acceptance
- ‘I'll pick you up at five, all righty, Peaches?’
- ‘Well, it's time to take notes on Robert Frost, all righty?’
- ‘All righty then, I guess that's it for today.’
- ‘‘Well, all righty then,’ I said (I'd reached the point where I was talking to myself out loud).’
- ‘Yeah, that 16-30 year-old audience can smell marketing manipulation a mile away, all righty.’
all righty/ˌôl ˈrītē/
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