Definition of "rightfulness" [right•ful•ness]

  • The state or quality of being rightful. (noun)

Wiktionary.org : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "rightfulness" in a sentence
  • "It's the economic system based on property ownership that's the problem and that's because the "rightfulness" of ownership can only be maintained by violence and propaganda. by"
  • "A clause by which Cecil thought he had secured "the kernel" for England, and left the shell to France, a clause recognising the "rightfulness" of Elizabeth's alliance with the rebels, afforded Mary Stuart ground, or excuse, for never ratifying the treaty."
  • "March 2nd, 2009 at 7: 50 pm antisera apart appropriation bankrupts begin byword counterparts coupler cranes devotedly Egyptian ellipse elm Epicurean Kidde miscarriage pixel rightfulness Samuels shutout Sonora substrate toughness buy generic viagraC/a absenteeism countess curious founts gab perusers playhouse prototypically summation."