all righty

all righty

slang A sentence substitute used when one agrees to something or acknowledges something, similar to "OK" or "sure." The addition of "-y" at the end of "right" is intended to be very informal or humorous. All righty, let's go to the movies tonight. A: "I'm going out, I'll be back tonight." B: "All righty, see you later."
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all righty

Inf. All right.; OK. Tom: Let's go to the state fair. Bill: All righty, let's do that. Everybody ready? All righty, then, let's get started.
See also: all, righty
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You should try it sometime." "All righty then," Ace responds, and knocks out her escort with one punch, picks him up and "wears" the diplomat around his neck, stroking the body the way the woman had stroked the fur.
I foresaw gallons of water gushing from Jim's upper lip, a big "Well, all righty then," and off to the Watergate break-in.