[ UK /ɔːlɹˈa‍ɪt/ ]
[ US /ˌɔɫˈɹaɪt/ ]
  1. in a satisfactory or adequate manner
    held up all right under pressure
    she'll do okay on her own
  2. without doubt (used to reinforce an assertion)
    it's expensive all right
  3. an expression of agreement normally occurring at the beginning of a sentence
  1. nonstandard usage
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Get Started For Free Linguix pencil

How To Use alright In A Sentence

  • I'm glad the kid is alright and I hope Angel Rest in Peace!!! Golden Retriever Thwarts Cougar Attack in B.C.
  • the passengers were shaken up but are alright
  • Alright , since we mentioned Saks and Tiffany , I guess today's topic is stores.
  • If he starts from that position, he could then argue that reducing “all right” to an “alright” that * means the same thing* as (the acceptable-in-writing) “all right” is illogical (it would be creating, in effect, a new homograph to ‘alright’). The pot calling the kettle illogical « Motivated Grammar
  • He nodded when he heard her and mouthed back an ‘Alright’.
  • Though each had written to me commendatory letters and telegrams that were far more generous than I could possibly deserve, yet neither ever expressed to me, verbally, any compliment beyond, “Well, so far, you seem to be doing alright.” Going Home to Glory
  • HELL NO I AINT ALRIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!! 'when theyre gettin chased by the indians. Greatest movie line ever
  • Alright,’ Sam called, exiting the barn and sliding the two large doors shut and latching them.
  • We step out (dive out) and look through the bonnet's grill - yep, there are flames alright.
  • Alright, Ronald,’ I said, turning to my red-headed friend.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy