That's reet; naa then, doff that coite, and hev a soup o' tay.
"Bessie, you're reet clipt and heeled for sure," responded her companion.
Addressing his donkey, Besom Ben said: "Iv thae'd been reet done to, thae met ha' bin a carriage horse bi neaw!"
I ha' na getten no reet to no soart o' pleasure, I dare say.
I've heerd foak ca' him one; an' if his cloas fit him reet, he mun be one, I suppose.
What mowtn't be reet fur other lasses to do, is reet enow fur me.
As a factory worker, listening outside, observed, "She spun it reet fine!"
And I never knowed her to be wrong in aught else, so I'm ready to give in as she was reet about that.
"Yo' think I ha' no reet to care for sich things," and she dropped hat and ribbon on her knee with an angry gesture.
"That's just reet," said Pinder, when his wife bote hur tung i' two!
(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)