Like, “Yeah this will be crazy to rhyme on alright lets loop it up.”
alright, if it gets too much let me know and we will take a break.
The band played “Everything Will Be alright,” “Mr. Brightside,” and “Smile Like You Mean It.”
The weather forecast was supposed to be alright but it seems to be getting worse.
As usual, the company will likely have enough takers to do alright.
He then turned abruptly to the slave and growled, 'alright, where is that hog you stoled.'
alright, Mr. Stewart, how did you find your cow, with some new kind of radar?
A dandy horse, alright, but too high-lived for Cavalry work, and they can't break him in to it.
"Oh, we'll fix him alright in just about a minute," responded the strange voice.
This time 'twas alright: this was a kept one for strangers, an' I had it all to myself.
frequent spelling of all right, attested from 1893.
There are no such forms as all-right, or allright, or alright, though even the last, if seldom allowed by the compositors to appear in print, is often seen ... in MS. [Fowler]