1) Used colloquially to mean thoroughly, completely or just ‘very’.

1556 he hathe tane [taken] paynes for me right oft, West Layton

1727 his foot slipt and he fell upon his back, and was never right well after, Barnsley. In a letter of c.1500 the rector of Slaidburn wrote that he was right glade, Whitley.

dates 1500 1556 1727

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