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amirite

or am·i·right

[ am-ahy-rahyt ]
/ ˌæm aɪˈraɪt /
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interjection

an informal variant spelling of the phrase “am I right” used to elicit agreement or solidarity at the end of an observation, or used facetiously to undermine or mock the preceding observation: So, basically, my husband is the luckiest man on Earth, amirite.College admissions essays are exercises in creative writing, amirite?!

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Origin of amirite

First recorded in 1995–2000; by respelling
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