(also reet and compleat) Good; proper; excellent; right: With her good looks, she was still ''reet'' with me/ looking extremely reet and compleat (1930s+ Jazz musicians)
Dr. William Lewis Corporon and his grandson, 14-year-old reat Griffin Underwood were both members of a local Methodist church.
One can reat of such t'ings in pooks, put woman is respectet and not insultet in America.
We reat, Mr. Breacher, dat Taniel vos cast into de ten of lions, and came out alife.
Ye've sown t'e win't, and ye'll reap t'e whirl-wints, as my niece Dus Malpone has reat to me often, of late.