right off


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right off

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immediately; right away
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The sudden, spontaneous agility with which he bounded aboard right off the rail afforded me the first glimpse of his real character.
If Pat was miles away when it was wished it wouldn't be reasonable to expect to see him right off.
Den I reck'n'd I'd inves' de thirty-five dollars right off en keep things a-movin'.
I've tried hard all the time, but I'll study the covers right off of the books now.
The proposition was acceded to; and Karakoee, taking with him five tabooed natives of Nukuheva, again repaired aboard the barque, which in a few hours sailed to that part of the island, and threw her main-top-sail aback right off the entrance to the Typee bay.
You'd have found me right off if you hadn't gone back to have that last reel with Denis," he brought out awkwardly.
He would have done well to have stopped there, because he had that much by heart and said it right off without making a mistake.
Six weeks of the net pays for the turn, and you can book a hundred weeks right off the bat and have them yelling for more.
I'll send it right off," and Phebe ran up the bank as if she had wings to her feet.
We decided that would be the best age--old enough to be of some use in doing chores right off and young enough to be trained up proper.
Don't dey tear der suckin' baby right off his mother's breast, and sell him, and der little children as is crying and holding on by her clothes,--don't dey pull 'em off and sells 'em?