half-right

half-right

adj
not entirely correct: they were only half-right.
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Half the time they'd be totally right, sometimes they'd be half-right and sometimes they'd be completely wrong."
At the end of the bridge bear half-right gently uphill, on to the South West Coast path.
Were half-right. This time, though, genuinely have although extent claim will
An unbiased source - the Yorkshire County Cricket Club website - pr omises: "It's going to be an absolute cracker and you will kick yourselves if you miss it!" That's only half-right - i n fact Geoffrey Boycott, the greatest living Yorkshireman, will visit your house and kick you himself if you miss today's game.
Prisoners' Wives BBC One, 9pm IF YOU thought Hollyoaks was all about gorgeous teens and twentysomethings worrying about their love lives while not wearing very much - well, you're half-right.
Prisoners' Wives (BBC One, Tuesday, 9pm) * IF you thought Hollyoaks was all about gorgeous teens and twentysomethings worrying about their love lives while not wearing very much - well, you're half-right.
(BBC One, Tuesday, 9pm) If you thought Hollyoaks was all about gorgeous teens and twentysomethings worrying about their love lives while not wearing very much - well, you're half-right. But the Channel 4 soap has also given us some very promising young actors, including Emma Rigby, who gets a chance to show just what she can do in this gritty drama.
London, March 10 (ANI): Morgan Freeman has rubbished gossip that he's dating Invictus producer Lori Mccreary, but says the reports are "half-right" because he "loves her" as a "friend".
DESCRIBED in the press release as a mix of Badly Drawn Boy and Brian Wilson, this is half-right. The comparisons with Damon Gough are applicable, but other than the 1960s-style tunes, it's hard to see where the ex-Beach Boy member fits in.
Once again, the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority has gotten it half-right, this time with its decision to eliminate the upfront costs of transponders and charge all users of the Fast Lane system a $6 annual fee per transponder.
The Harvard Ed School's Tony Wagner has written a thoughtful half-right book--and it's safe to predict that the other half will get the most attention.
"We clearly have full rights to ownership of our building." Why should we even consider allowing them half-right?" Well, maybe it's time for both sides to let themselves be half-wronged.