Right-hand

Right"-hand`

(?), a. 1. Situated or being on the right; nearer the right hand than the left; as, the right-hand side, room, or road.
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2. Chiefly relied on; almost indispensable.
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Mr. Alexander Truncheon, who is their right-hand man in the troop.
Addison.
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Right-hand rope, a rope which is laid up and twisted with the sun, that is, in the same direction as plain-laid rope. See Illust. of Cordage.
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