Right adjective - Following an original exactly.
Usage example: a modern replica of an 18th-century British warship that is right in all of its details
True is a synonym for right in correct topic. In some cases you can use "True" instead an adjective "Right", when it comes to topics like fair, accurate. popular alternative
True adjective - Being exactly as appears or as claimed.
Usage example: his claim that he's the heir to the throne of Greece can't be true
Both words in one sentence
- Is she a complete Control Freak, a pillar of negativity and hatred imposing her twisted vision of what's 'good, true and right' on everyone around her?
- A major element of this corruption is that all it takes is close proximity to the ring to make a being eventually come to believe that they deserve to have it; that it is right and true and fair that they possess and wield it.
Source: Believing Their Own Lies
- She's actually right, but her reasoning that no true Overlord Zenon is a petty jerk had nothing to do with it — the real Overlord Zenon is much worse.
Source: No True Scotsman
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