sit right with

sit right with someone

Fig. [for something] to be acceptable or understandable to someone. (Very close to sit well with someone.) What you just said doesn't really sit right with me. Let's talk about it. It didn't sit right with the boss.
See also: right, sit
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Playing against Chelsea just doesn't sit right with me, to be honest," he said.
playing against them) just didn't sit right with me.
The raw emotion of leaving the club after so long there just didn't sit right with me.
But it doesn't sit right with them so they thought that it would be a good idea to make an invoice to the US government for musical services, Key added.
Although the film is more than competently directed and worthy of much of the praise it's receiving, something didn't sit right with me as I watched it.
If you know you've got a second chance it doesn't sit right with me," he said.
And that prejudice doesn't sit right with some of the X-Men, members of the Brotherhood, who want to take revenge upon the human race.
Although he is a lifelong Los Angeles Dodgers fan, there's something about pitcher Kevin Brown's $105 million contract that just doesn't sit right with the coach of the state Academic Decathlon championship team.
I know water was needed for development of those homes, but putting it right in the middle of the landmarks of our city just didn't sit right with me.
But the idea that he may remain free with no conviction on his record does not sit right with her.