Properly and Rightfully


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Properly adverb – In a manner suitable for the occasion or purpose.
Rightfully and properly are semantically related In some cases you can use "Rightfully" instead an adverb "Properly".
Nearby Words: proper, property
Synonyms for Properly


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Rightfully adverb – By right.
Properly and rightfully are semantically related in lawfully topic. You can use "Properly" instead an adverb "Rightfully".
Synonyms for Rightfully

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  • Disintegrator Ray Bravestarr rightfully called it "a dangerous weapon", and admired Morgan for his ability to use it properly.
  • Properly Paranoid: Lord Ukyou's retainers (and and rightfully so considering how many people are usually out to kill a Feudal Lord).
  • Algalon the Observer rightfully sees that the Old Gods haven't been properly contained and has decided to "re-originate" the planet.
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