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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.
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The other is that he rarely faces left-handed batters, a result of a tendency among managers around the league to attack him with all-righty lineups.
The 1984 Tigers went 104-58 en route to their World Series victory against San Diego with an all-righty rotation and the 1992 Athletics did the same in claiming the A.
He'd scratch them out on the backs of envelopes, then we'd talk for hours about the merits of his selections: All-Righty team, All-Lefty team, All-Black team, All-White team, All-Hispanic team, All-Turn-of-the-Century team, etc.
New York's lefty lineup may feast on Texas' all-righty rotation.