- right up one's alley,
- right ventricle,
- right ventricular failure,
- right ventricular opening,
- right whale,
- right-angled triangle,
Origin of right wing
Examples from the Web for right-wing
Limbaugh makes comments like this because his right-wing fans require a non–stop diet of race-baiting red meat.
If you Google “Muslim Christmas tree star” you will see a list of right-wing websites wetting their pants over this.
But then, this show has always been more than just the parody of right-wing cable punditry it was originally made out to be.The End of Truthiness: Stephen Colbert’s Sublime Finale|Noel Murray|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On the other hand, right-wing activists have lately said, banning displays interferes with the exercise of religion.
In a 2009 profile of the right-wing firebrand, The New Yorker called Savage “a heretic among heretics.”
The right-wing was stationed at Roxbury, the left at Medford and Chelsea.Great Events in the History of North and South America|Charles A. Goodrich
By business I mean some kind of activity and keeping track of right-wing causes and left-wing causes or something.
It had retreated in good order, thanks to the resistance of its right-wing rear guard.
There is nobody here to clean the right-wing pews,” said Nancy Wentworth, “so I will take those for my share.The Old Peabody Pew|Kate Douglas Wiggin
I suppose he was familiar with the right-wing groups and activities, and movements.
- the right-hand side of the field of play from the point of view of a team facing its opponent's goal
- a player positioned in this area in any of various games
- the position occupied by such a player
1570s of armies; from 1882 in football; 1905 in the political sense (cf. left wing). Right-winger attested by 1919 in U.S. politics, 1895 in sports.
A descriptive term for conservative or reactionary political views, particularly those supporting the current social order or calling for a return to an earlier order. Right-wing groups are sometimes known collectively as the Right. (Compare left-wing.)
A descriptive term for an individual or a political faction that advocates very conservative policies. Right-wing groups generally support free enterprise. In the United States, the right wing generally argues for a strong national defense program and opposes federal involvement in promoting social welfare. (Compare left-wing.)