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abdicate to officially give up a position of power or a right.
access the right or ability to enter, look at, or use something. [1/4 definitions]
admittance permission to enter; right of entry.
afield off the right track or course. [1/2 definitions]
agree to be right for; fit. [1/5 definitions]
ambidextrous able to use both the left and right hands with equal skill.
amiss out of place or not right; wrong. [1/2 definitions]
appendix a short, closed tube of tissue that grows out of the large intestine. The appendix is on the right side of the lower abdomen. [1/2 definitions]
appropriate right for the purpose; proper. [1/2 definitions]
approve to consider good or right. [1/3 definitions]
apt right for a particular situation; appropriate or suitable. [1/3 definitions]
astray off the right or known path or course.
at present right now.
authority the right or power to give orders, make decisions, or control people. [2/3 definitions]
birthright a right, privilege, or property to which one is entitled by birth.
can1 to have the power or right to. [1/4 definitions]
choice the right or chance to choose. [1/5 definitions]
civil rights in the United States, certain rights, such as the right to vote, own property, and have a fair trial. These rights are guaranteed by the Constitution and Acts of Congress. [1/2 definitions]
claim to state or demand as one's right. [2/5 definitions]
concession something yielded or conceded, such as a right or a point in an argument. [1/4 definitions]
conscience the sense that allows a person to decide between right and wrong actions.