"It's so,—ask Marsh; we found him to be an all-right crook; then's when we quit him," he said, nodding and smiling grimly.
There was none of that sure, all-right look of the Americans about her.
There are hundreds of strange beliefs and spiritual systems, each claiming to be all-powerful, all-right.
"You're an all-right young woman," Big Belt managed to remark.
So he began to help; and then, when he found that this be all-right, he try to move them all alone.
You see, he'd bite Trevor all-right, wharas I has to diet myself, and my menu is sort of complete.
Traffic had to go round for a month, but the rest of the work was all-right, and so it really was, and I ought to know.
all-right; I weel mak' you run de buffalo, shoot dose elk, trap de castor, an you shall shake de han' wid de grizzly bear.
He enjoyed giving Fritz "a little bit of all-right," but he never resented it when Fritz had his own fun at our expense.
But, all the same, wherever that Sage-Brush Hen was, there was dead sure to be an all-right cyclone.
Good; commendable; of the proper sort Most often used of persons: all-right guys trying to make a living
Yes; I agree: All right, I'll go when you want
An exclamation of strong approval, esp of something well done or successful; way to go