You-re-right sentence example

you-re-right
  • I guess you're right.
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  • I know you're right.
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  • I suppose you're right about that.
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  • If you're right and he's actually in this here bike ride, we've got seven days to find him.
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  • I expect you're right.
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  • Since you're right there, you can control the pigment, surface texture and final look of the counter.
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  • Of course you're right.
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  • Christ. I don't know, maybe you're right.
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  • God, I hope you're right.
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  • I thought about what you said, and you're right.
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  • She accepted it with a sigh, You're right.
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  • She sniffed, You're right.
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  • Thanks. And you're right.
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  • I do believe you're right about that, although I hope not on this place.
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  • If you're right about what happened, there must be some consolation in knowing Edith's death had nothing to do with you.
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  • If you think evangelism is a somewhat arduous task in that environment, you're right.
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  • tedious to write out all of those instanceof expressions, and you're right.
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  • In the preceding example you might feel that it's tedious to write out all of those instanceof expressions, and you're right.
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  • I believe you're right and that your female cat is stressed.
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  • If you're meeting with a bigwig client, the president of your company (or any company) or anyone whose company might make you even consider dressing up a bit more than usual, then you're right - you should dress up.
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  • Sometimes you're right on or maybe off just a little bit, but other times you miss the mark completely and sail a punt right out the sidelines, causing you a penalty.
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  • If you think that "Toxic Waste" may only be appropriate for older kids, you're right - it relies on well-developed motor skills, among other things.
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  • I suppose you're right.
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  • He threw a saddle on a reddish brown horse and nodded You're right.
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