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left and right

From or on all sides; from multiple places or sources; with great frequency. Also seen as "right and left." We've been getting requests for these left and right—we can barely keep them in stock.
See also: and, left, right

right and left

From or on all sides; from multiple places or sources; with great frequency. Also seen as "left and right." We've been getting requests for these right and left—we can barely keep them in stock.
See also: and, left, right

right and left

 and left and right
to both sides; on all sides; everywhere. I dropped the tennis balls, and they rolled right and left. There were children everywhererunning right and left.
See also: and, left, right

right and left

In or from all directions, on every side, as in Questions were coming right and left, or She was giving orders right and left. This idiom, first recorded in 1839, uses the directions right and left to signify all sides.
See also: and, left, right

right and left

From all directions or on every side: criticism coming right and left; questions raised from right and left.
See also: and, left, right