right heart n.
The right atrium and right ventricle.
Because it must be founded in good nature, and directed by a right heart.
(a) The first secret of victory over the world is a right heart.
Outward correctness without a right heart is neither more nor less than Pharisaism.
If you feel that your heart is wrong, ask Him to give you a new and a right heart.
He'll give you words, Samuel, if you've got the right heart in you.
Thus, the right heart always carries the dark or venous blood, and the left always circulates the bright or arterial blood.
How good is God to Israel, to them that are of a right heart!
The right heart is commonly filled with blood, and the left side contains only a little blood.
The lungs and right heart are full of blood, and there is a backward engorgement produced by the pulmonic block.
The heart empties itself into the large arteries; the left heart into the aorta, the right heart into the pulmonary artery.