aight


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aight

(raɪt)
sentence substitute, adv
an informal or dialect word for all right
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Returning to England we learnt of Charles II's defeat at the Battle of Worcester and his subseuent Aight and hiding place in an oak tree in Boscobel Wood near Cosford before sailing to France.
Aight now @DwyaneWade...don't come down to Houston with that nonsense tomorrow night!!
I thought GGG won the first one but some of those rounds were like 'Aight, I'm giving that one to GGG,' you know, and there were honestly other rounds where you be like 'Aight I'm giving that to Canelo, not even gonna think about it.'"
At about 12:35 p.m., Kianna said she was "OMW" -- short for "on my way" -- and he responded "Aight."
"Given all that they have been put through, they deserve meaningful and str aight answers."
In addition to these impressive headline figures, an exceptional number of students achieved str aight A* and A grades in every A-Level qualification they took.
The sizzling forehand with which he took the first set was proof alone that he has slipped straight into gear on grass after losing to Novak Djokovic on clay at the ng hich set that aight after vak at the French Open final last month.
"Get yo fact's straight before you indirectly include us in some...we ain't involved in~ aight now back to being successful #aomgilli.
@edsheeran u were an aight host :)" In other words, Ed, you owned the EMAs.
Mother's Little Helper STARBUCKS DISCOVERIES PS1.59 EACH SUPERMARKETS Chilled Starbucks coffee, aight off the supermarket f, comes in five flavours cover the most popular fees ordered in store: Cappuccino, Skinny Caramel Macchiato and Chocolate Mocha.
STRAIG AIGHT HTEN U N UP Fitzpatrick wants P P Goodwin to set a proper example