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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrightwardright‧ward /ˈraɪtwəd $ -wərd/ adjective [only before noun]  SIDEon or towards the right opp leftward a rightward glance
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rightwardThere, the voters' rightward drift has pushed Republicans into the White House for 20 years out of the past 24.At the outset of his presidency, Mitterand was a leader seemingly out of step with the rightward drift of the West.On that evidence alone Mr Gummer has always been a rightward lurcher.After college, they moved on to literary and academic careers and began a rightward march through the 1940s and 1950s.Yes, but because the speed of light is finite, there will be a delay between the leftward and rightward pushes.a rightward shift in American politicsAgain, we can expect long-term influences such as increasing income and wealth to cause a rightward shift of the demand curve.
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