righten

righten

(ˈraɪtən)
vb
1. (tr) to set right
2. to restore to or attain a normal or upright position

righten


Past participle: rightened
Gerund: rightening

Imperative
righten
righten
Present
I righten
you righten
he/she/it rightens
we righten
you righten
they righten
Preterite
I rightened
you rightened
he/she/it rightened
we rightened
you rightened
they rightened
Present Continuous
I am rightening
you are rightening
he/she/it is rightening
we are rightening
you are rightening
they are rightening
Present Perfect
I have rightened
you have rightened
he/she/it has rightened
we have rightened
you have rightened
they have rightened
Past Continuous
I was rightening
you were rightening
he/she/it was rightening
we were rightening
you were rightening
they were rightening
Past Perfect
I had rightened
you had rightened
he/she/it had rightened
we had rightened
you had rightened
they had rightened
Future
I will righten
you will righten
he/she/it will righten
we will righten
you will righten
they will righten
Future Perfect
I will have rightened
you will have rightened
he/she/it will have rightened
we will have rightened
you will have rightened
they will have rightened
Future Continuous
I will be rightening
you will be rightening
he/she/it will be rightening
we will be rightening
you will be rightening
they will be rightening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rightening
you have been rightening
he/she/it has been rightening
we have been rightening
you have been rightening
they have been rightening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rightening
you will have been rightening
he/she/it will have been rightening
we will have been rightening
you will have been rightening
they will have been rightening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rightening
you had been rightening
he/she/it had been rightening
we had been rightening
you had been rightening
they had been rightening
Conditional
I would righten
you would righten
he/she/it would righten
we would righten
you would righten
they would righten
Past Conditional
I would have rightened
you would have rightened
he/she/it would have rightened
we would have rightened
you would have rightened
they would have rightened
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Considerable harm has been done because of the happening, and which a string of apologies from here to Cuba could never altogether righten.
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Is the world an uneasy place at present and will things righten themselves or are we facing the first glimpse of an abyss that is dark and deep.
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n October we ought someng was not righten we kept asking Barrie and Tony for personal documents for the siness and they kept saying they didn't have them," says Rosalind.
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