- The picture quality is all right, though the image looks soft.
- The dinner was all right, but it was a long trip to make.
- I thought the show was all right.
- ‘I think mentally we've been all right and physically we've been magnificent in the last three games,’ he said.
- Once we found out that he was physically all right and that measures would be taken, we were excited for his opportunity.
- I really didn't want to wake him and he seemed all right physically.
- If he is granted permission, many soldiers would think it all right to defy orders.
- It is all right for the author to be undecided or out of the loop during a production, but here I was directing and had to make up my mind.
- That would have been all right if other local authorities followed suit.
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- If he comes through this game all right he will be included in Sunday's opening Norwich Union League match against Somerset at Taunton.
- Lungo said: ‘If he comes out of this race all right he will probably run at Carlisle a week on Monday in a qualifier for the EBF Final at Sandown.’
- Or am I just taking part in the old alcoholic self delusion of finding someone worse off than you in order to confirm that you're doing all right yourself.
- If he was good enough, he would have won all right and Henrietta is surely a better trainer than one who would have experimented with a valued owner's pride and joy in a race like the King George.
- ‘He's probably stiff all right but definitely not from boredom,’ Pothos couldn't help but remark.
- I tell this Government that the people of Canterbury will be sending a message to this Government all right and it certainly will not be in support of this legislation.
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- I fear that my Aunt Morag will be offended, so don't look alright!
- But it was slightly entertaining to know I confused a good 50 percent of you…I've never confused that many people at once, alright!
- I told you already, I'm not a minion of the devil, alright!
There is no logical reason for insisting that all right should be written as two words rather than as alright, when other single-word forms such as altogether have long been accepted. Nevertheless, alright is still regarded as being unacceptable in formal writing.
it's all right for——
- Used to suggest that someone is luckier than you: it was all right for them! They didn’t have to put up with the brat trailing after them “It’s all right for some,” Grandad huffedMore example sentences
- Of course, it's alright for him to express such outrage in our free-speech society.
- It's all right for you to talk about holding up your head, for you did him up.
- It's alright for some in the Trust mind you, Richard Black, head of the Trust, is on 129,000 per year.
it'll be all right on the night
- Used to say that a performance or event will be successful even if the preparations have not gone well: the organizers assure everyone that it will all be all right on the nightMore example sentences
- 'Not to worry,' I told myself, 'It'll be all right on the night.'
- The rehearsal went badly, but it'll be all right on the night.