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Common misspellings for straight

striat, tright, stratige, straighted, stratigy, satalight, strenght, stringht, starights, straighting, strigh, stariaght, striaght, saurkraught, striagh, straught, strageity, straignt, straite, destraght, trighd, stradagy, startight, stricet, strenight, straigt, straigh, straingt, srtaight, stragiey, strieght, streghth, stragiht, destrought, stragity, atraight, straighed, strightin, straigher, stragetic, soverighty, strigoi, stratigey, straith, stradigy, strentgh, wateright, staraight, straigtht, streghtgh, distraight, stradagey, restraight, traight, striahgt, staight, stasrt, stenght, strneght, sraight, streantgh, ditraught, straid, straghten, distrought, staright, striaghten, strsight, straint, strienght, strickt, stragety, distraght, straightt, straightin, sright, streight, starghit, straighth, trught, strighten, stratigie, straiaght, distruaght, streght, stratgy, stright, satilight, striaghtly, stairght, stradegy, strough, straghts, steaight, strategh, stragit, stiright, strdagy, streighted, tarught, stragh, destraught, stragight, strainght, streaght, stragerty, strighted, streghnt, streanght, streinght, streghten, straihgt, strights, stradigie, stratight, straght, shraight, starght, straighjt, streighten, straifht, straighned, straright, staght, straighte, staqrt, storebought, straightn, starighter, stretgh, strantghth, strawhat, strauight, starigh, straghit, sttraight, srtight, straet, strnght, steight, stragty, sstraight, strart, swordfight, outwright, strigt, stranight, staighter, straeght, streelight, stratehy, straoght, streangh, stradety, stratoig, strangh, stranght, strayt, stagitti, saidthat, striaight, stight, stragie, strraight, strght, fustrait, stragatie, streghtn, storythat, strightly, straitght, disraught, streaghten, stragaty, paystraight, stregh, straiht, straig, straigth, streaight, satelight, striaghter, portraight, strighter, straige, strecht, atright, disdraught, straih, streught, straghting, starit, strateghy, strathey, streaot, strit, stridor, straut.

Definitions of straight

  1.   a poker hand with 5 consecutive cards ( regardless of suit)
  2.   following a correct or logical method; " straight reasoning"
  3.   In a straight manner; directly; rightly; forthwith; immediately; as, the arrow went straight to the mark.
  4.   in a straight line; in a direct course; " the road runs straight"
  5.   Being in a right line; direct; not crooked; upright.
  6.   Not crooked or curved; extending throughout in the same direction; as, a straight road; upright; as, a straight life; direct; not confused; as, straight reasoning.
  7.   Making no exceptions or deviations in one's support of the organization and candidates of a political party; as, a straight Republican; a straight Democrat; also, containing the names of all the regularly nominated candidates of a party and no others; as, a straight ballot.
  8.   In a straight line. straightly.
  9.   a heterosexual person; someone having a sexual orientation to persons of the opposite sex
  10.   Extending uniformly in the same direction.
  11.   Right, in a mathematical sense; passing from one point to another by the nearest course; direct; not deviating or crooked; as, a straight line or course; a straight piece of timber.
  12.   without curves
  13.   Straightness.
  14.   accurately fitted; level; " the window frame isn't quite true"
  15.   honest and morally upright; " I just want a straight answer to the question"; " straight dealing"
  16.   Unmixed; undiluted; as, to take liquor straight.
  17.   characterized by honesty and fairness; " a square deal"; " wanted to do the square thing"
  18.   Immediately.
  19.   Straightly.
  20.   Direct: being in a right line: not crooked: nearest: upright.
  21.   Composed of cards which constitute a regular sequence, as the ace, king, queen, jack, and ten- spot; as, a straight hand; a straight flush.
  22.   without water; " took his whiskey neat"
  23.   successive ( without a break); " sick for five straight days"
  24.   Approximately straight; not much curved; as, straight ribs are such as pass from the base of a leaf to the apex, with a small curve.
  25.   without deviation; " the path leads directly to the lake"; " went direct to the office"
  26.   Direct; not crooked; in a right line; upright.
  27.   erect in posture; " behind him sat old man Arthur; he was straight with something angry in his attitude"; " stood defiantly with unbowed back"
  28.   A hand of five cards in consecutive order as to value; a sequence. When they are of one suit, it is calles straight flush.
  29.   Immediately; directly.
  30.   To straighten.
  31.   A variant of Strait, a.
  32.   no longer coiled
  33.   In a direct course; at once.
  34.   having no deviations; " straight lines"; " straight roads across the desert"; " straight teeth"; " straight shoulders"
  35.   Conforming to justice and rectitude; not deviating from truth or fairness; upright; as, straight dealing.
  36.   in a forthright manner; candidly or frankly; " he didn't answer directly"; " told me straight out"; " came out flat for less work and more pay"
  37.   Immediately: in the shortest time.
  38.   ( of hair) having no waves or curls; " her naturally straight hair hung long and silky"
  39.   right; in keeping with the facts; " set the record straight"; " made sure the facts were straight in the report"
  40.   a straight segment of a roadway or racecourse
  41.   Correspondingly.
  42.   neatly arranged; not disorderly; " the room is straight now"
  43.   rigidly conventional or old- fashioned
  44.   Erect; upright; accurate; true.
  45.   reliable in matters of fact; " he was always straight with me"
  46.   Right; direct; not deviating or crooked; not deviating from truth or fairness.
  47.   not homosexual

Antonyms for straight

crapulous, sinuous, in series, deflective, sordid, spoiled, paltry, detestable, Commingled, scraggy, indirectly, arching, volute, merged, close-mouthed, hypocritical, muzzy, arced, sidewise, recurved, knotty, sinusoidal, Gassed, infamous, whorled, prolix, unbalanced, intoxicated, ignoble, vague, winding, pebbly, bombed, unstable, atrocious, nappy, befouled, rogue, Dipsomaniacal, polite, mendacious, sinuate, iniquitous, helical, guileful, reprobate, convoluted, uneven, twisty, low, incurvate, crocked, weaving, defiled, low-down, cock-a-hoop, slanting, falciform, wet, blended, bending, gnarled, joined, aquiline, indirect, bibulous, fouled, intemperate, ragged, perverted, curvey, stoned, inebriated, dissembling, deceitful, delusive, incorrect, curling, quiet, bumpy, considerate, nasty, curled, unbecoming, mixed, watered-down, sinful, erroneous, high, unclear, errant, wretched, curved, sideways, sloshed, Low-minded, united, adulterated, debased, beguiling, underhand, stinking, bowed, falcate, untruthful, looping, fried, compounded, erring, inexplicit, zonked-out, debauched, geniculate, oblique, underhanded, inconsequent, thinned, maudlin, dilute, dishonest, edgeways, politic, fraudulent, dirty, skew-whiff, wicked, twisted, restrained, arched, semicircular, corkscrew, blasted, rolled, indefinite, writhen, turbinate, slantwise, naughty, wound, soused, blind, snide, knobbed, crabwise, wiggly, indecent, aslant, conjoined, incurved, curvy, curving, lopsided, reserved, warped, Cheapened, windblown, sorry, uncommunicative, crooked, pickled, shifty, indecorous, currish, wrong, execrable, frizzly, verbose, canned, sneaky, lying, curvilinear, dissipated, wiped out, cockeyed, vicious, intermixed, turned, broadside, discontinuous, fuzzy, fallen, roundabout, courteous, tilted, anfractuous, wonky, nonconsecutive, noncontinuous, equivocal, unprincipled, fallacious, permed, civil, tortuous, stiff, upcurved, blotto, tactful, inhibited, awry, twined, lit, listing, snaky, sad, taciturn, unsteady, fast, entwined, turning, despicable, alloyed, inebriate, reticent, duplicitous, soiled, alcoholic, malposed, coiled, juiced, oiled, besmirched, eellike, slanted, dopey, offensive, veering, black, snakelike, serpentine, strung-out, arciform, atilt, inaccurate, flexuous, squiggly, refractive, false, long-winded, hooklike, Kinked, hooked, adulterate, laconic, contaminated, unerect, pathetic, spiraling, Twining, roughened, evasive, circuitous, Tipping, tiddly, vile, akimbo, boozy, improper, looped, nefarious, amalgamated, miserable, Swirled, blameworthy, objectionable, evil-minded, jagged, spaced-out, lumpy, besotted, zonked, blitzed, screwlike, sharp, diluted, evil, ringleted, linked, edgewise, untidy, stewed, rounded, combined, kinky, two-faced, shady, hopped-up, dissolute, recurvate, Deceiving, coarse, tanked, degenerate, skewed, crazy, gnarly, frizzy, Doctored, deceptive, writhed, wordy, Deluding, tainted, circular, unseemly, villainous, knotted, unrighteous, Hammered, curvilineal, pie-eyed, befuddled, dishonorable, sullied, wavy, weakened, diplomatic, bent, plastered, fused, corrupt, incorporated, spiral, base, mean, rough, libertine, sozzled, voluminous, Zigzagging, ripped, twisting, depraved, askew, smashed, zigzag, unconventional, meandering, tipsy, ignominious, wry, Double dealing, ambiguous, specious, lit up, wasted, Mingled, tight-lipped, reflexed, potted, broken, curly, tight, loaded, involute, impure, devious, corrupted, misleading, contemptible, unscrupulous, bad, sottish, unethical, voluted, arcuate, irregular, coiling, delusory, intermingled, coalesced, sickle-shaped, circumlocutory, contorted, polluted, immoral, off-kilter, crisp, squiffed, convolute.

Quotes of straight

  1. People know that they're going to see something which is entertaining but challenging as well because of the form it's in. It's dance theatre and it requires you to use your imagination- it's not straight forward. – Matthew Bourne
  2. You see through love, and that deludes your sight, As what is straight seems crooked through the water. – John Dryden
  3. Language fits over experience like a straight -jacket. – William Golding
  4. Almost every time I make a building, some people will condemn it straight to Hell. – Arne Jacobsen
  5. I will speak with a straight tongue. – Chief Joseph
  6. Never bend your head. Always hold it high. Look the world straight in the eye. – Helen Keller
  7. To keep the record straight it wasn't always John and Yoko. We've all accused one another of various business things; we tend to be pretty paranoid by now, as you can imagine. There's a lot of money involved. – Paul McCartney
  8. It's time Congress got its priorities straight – Mitch McConnell
  9. The human comedy is always tragic, but since its ingredients are always the same- dupe, fox, straight like burlesque skits- the repetition through the ages is comedy. – Dawn Powell
  10. Even if a minefield or the abyss should lie before me, I will march straight ahead without looking back. – Zhu Rongji
  11. There is a considerable amount of manipulation in the printmaking from the straight photograph to the finished print. If I do my job correctly that shouldn't be visible at all, it should be transparent. – John Sexton
  12. I know I'm fat and I know my hair is straight but I can sing. – Kate Smith
  13. I don't think the Republicans would appreciate the comparison, but they're exactly like the Labor Party in England in the 1970s. They're letting their extremists take them straight down. The same thing is going to happen- they had to disappear for a while and when they reinvented themselves they did it with moderates, they did it with Tony Blair. – Evan Thomas
  14. Why would they have gone to the trouble to hire the best comedy writers in the business to write funny material for us to play straight if the children in our audience were the only audience. – Burt Ward
  15. I played a lot of real normal, straight sessions. – Warren Zevon

Usage examples for straight

  1. “ " Then go," she said, and looked me straight in the eyes. ” – Love, The Fiddler by Lloyd Osbourne
  2. He could not think straight it was all he could do to will himself to hold on and ride. ” – Rebel Spurs by Andre Norton
  3. “ Mr. Van Shaw would never forgive me if I didn't get the thing straight – The High Calling by Charles M. Sheldon
  4. He says that if I go, I must have you with me, to take care of me, and keep me straight – Frank on a Gun-Boat by Harry Castlemon
  5. Can't you stand straight – Commodore Junk by George Manville Fenn
  6. Now Melissy came straight to the point. ” – Brand Blotters by William MacLeod Raine
  7. “ I want them straight away. ” – His Unknown Wife by Louis Tracy
  8. You took a Broadway car and came straight here. ” – Comrade Yetta by Albert Edwards
  9. It was Jimmy, and his eyes looked straight into Dion's. ” – In the Wilderness by Robert Hichens
  10. “ Dick's voice went straight to my heart, but I made no answer. ” – The Young Forester by Zane Grey
  11. He now came straight towards the two seconds. ” – A Hungarian Nabob by Maurus Jókai
  12. Now, there is something for you to do to put this straight – A Little Maid of Old Maine by Alice Turner Curtis
  13. Now, come straight in, Miss Ann. ” – The Vision of Desire by Margaret Pedler
  14. “ To- night I had a very straight talk with Mr. Cardross. ” – The Firing Line by Robert W. Chambers
  15. “ He's going straight for them. ” – A Double Knot by George Manville Fenn
  16. “ " Now you know how I feel," she continued, looking straight into his eyes. ” – The Woman Who Did by Grant Allen
  17. You go straight to him! ” – The Green Satin Gown by Laura E. Richards
  18. If you've anything to say, say it straight out. ” – The Bittermeads Mystery by E. R. Punshon
  19. “ I shall put the- the place- straight and then bring him up. ” – The Secret of the Tower by Hope, Anthony
  20. “ " I shall go straight to Lord Essendine, then, and tell him all I know. ” – The Thin Red Line; and Blue Blood by Arthur Griffiths

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