Rightly

Right"ly

, adv. [AS. richtlice.] 1. Straightly; directly; in front. [Obs.] Shak.
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2. According to justice; according to the divine will or moral rectitude; uprightly; as, duty rightly performed.
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3. Properly; fitly; suitably; appropriately.
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Eve rightly called, Mother of all mankind.
Milton.
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4. According to truth or fact; correctly; not erroneously; exactly. "I can not rightly say." Shak.
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Thou didst not rightly see.
Dryden.
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