right enough

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right enough (not comparable)

  1. (colloquial) Certainly, indeed.
    She saw me right enough (= so she can't pretend she did not)
    • 2016, Norman Stone, ‘A Line in the Sand’, Literary Review, 449:
      This is now much reviled as a symbol of Western meddling in the Middle East and, right enough, it appears to have been yet another of those fantasies that arose out of the First World War.