rightish


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rightish

(ˈraɪtɪʃ)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) somewhat right, esp politically
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Adj.1.rightish - tending toward the political right
right - of or belonging to the political or intellectual right
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Labour MPs are divided with an oldish, leftishguard - Peter Kilfoyle, Glenda Jackson, Frank Dobson - outraged and a newish, rightish squad - Andy Burnham, Pat McFadden, Chris Bryant - supportive of their apparently ignorant friend.
Woodcock looks after Paine and Blake from a leftish `angle', Coates after Burke and De Quincey from a rightish one.