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right off

adv
immediately; right away
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right off

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References in classic literature ?
You know the old man's ivory leg, well I dreamed he kicked me with it; and when I tried to kick back, upon my soul, my little man, I kicked my leg right off! And then, presto!
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."
Dad he'd read them signs right off. Dad says everythin' on the Banks is signs, an' can be read wrong er right.
Den I reck'n'd I'd inves' de thirty-five dollars right off en keep things a-movin'.
"Oh, right off. We'll get the boys together and have the initiation to-night, maybe."
"I've tried hard all the time, but I'll study the covers right off of the books now."
I don't believe in pampering vanity, Anne, I'll tell you that right off. Those dresses are good, sensible, serviceable dresses, without any frills or furbelows about them, and they're all you'll get this summer.
When they got married the book stopped right off, so I reckon their troubles were all over.