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1‘the message had been sent and received correctly’
accurately, right, rightly, faithfully, unerringly, precisely, exactly, faultlessly, flawlessly, perfectly, without error, without flaws
British informal spot on, bang on
North American informal on the money
2‘now let's be sensible and behave correctly’
properly, decorously, with decorum, decently, suitably, fittingly, appropriately, aptly
well, satisfactorily, in a satisfactory manner
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