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Right, vb. (used only in the inf.) to do justice to, to vindicate, to avenge: “being judge in love, she cannot r. her cause,” Ven. 220. “knights, by their oaths, should r. poor ladies' harms,” Lucr. 1694. “how much might the man deserve of me that would r. her,” Ado IV, 1, 264. “if he could r. himself with quarrelling,” V, 1, 51. “I will r. myself like a soldier,” LLL V, 2, 734. “you scarce can r. me throughly then to say you did mistake,” Wint. II, 1, 99. “whom the king hath wronged, whom conscience and my kindred bids to r.” R2 II, 2, 115. “here's to r. our gentle-hearted king,” H6C I, 4, 176. “so just is God, to r. the innocent,” R3 I, 3, 182. “your mother's hand shall r. your mother's wrong,” Tit. II, 3, 121. “swear unto my soul to r. your wrongs,” III, 1, 279. “to join with him and r. his heinous wrongs,” V, 2, 4.
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