adv 1. rightly, justly, uprightly, virtuously, with justice or equity; 2. rightly, properly, in a manner which suits the circumstances of a case; 3. rightly, correctly, precisely, in accordance with rules or regulations, regularly; 4. rightly as regards to conduct, properly; 5. of direction, directly

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