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  • He looked at her as if he could not believe he had heard aright. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • No man can do yet what he tells him aright -- but are you trying? Cited from Unspoken Sermons, by George MacDonald
  • Only by such means shall we be able to judge of him aright. Cited from Seekers after God, by Frederic William Farrar
  • Then he looked again at me, as though he had not heard aright. Cited from The Betrayal, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • You must carry your rule ready made, if you wish to measure aright. Cited from Table Talk of S. T. Coleridge, by Coleridge
  • Only the man who once has been in a foreign land knows his home aright. Cited from History Of Modern Philosophy, by Richard Falckenberg
  • You do not see aright what I meant to tell you on another subject. Cited from The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, Vol. 1
  • But this is not enough in order that man may reason aright about particular cases. Cited from Summa Theologica, Part I-II (Pars Prima Secundae), Saint Thomas Aquinas
  • It is difficult to say why I wanted to set my life aright. Cited from Tell England, by Ernest Raymond
  • I myself knew not what to think, nor if my ears had heard aright. Cited from Dead Man's Rock, by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • They were, as we might say, too near the eyes to be seen aright. Cited from Equality, by Edward Bellamy
  • The event soon proved that they read their general's mind aright. Cited from The Tree of Appomattox, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • You hope to be inspired by her spirit, that you may may read aright her works. Cited from Recreations of Christopher North, Volume 2, by John Wilson
  • To understand it aright, one should know its literature and live amongst its people. Cited from The Faith of Islam, by Edward Sell
  • Under the stars they looked into each other's faces and they knew themselves aright. Cited from The Divine Fire, by May Sinclair
  • To know it aright we must know the age in which it was produced. Cited from The Right and Wrong Uses of the Bible, by R. Heber Newton
  • Then by some mysterious process she read his mind, and she read it aright. Cited from The Precipice, by Elia Wilkinson Peattie
  • It was not hard to make friends with the girl if one went at it aright. Cited from The Second Violin, by Grace S. Richmond
  • "She had what?" asked the mother, who could not believe she heard aright. Cited from The Northern Light, by E. Werner
  • So she wants one to whom she may tell it, that it may be read aright. Cited from Havelok The Dane, by Charles Whistler
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Synonyms of aright