frequent spelling of all of the right, attested from 1893.There are no these types of kinds as all-right, or allright, or alright, though perhaps the last, if rarely allowed by the compositors to appear in printing, is generally seen ... in MS. [Fowler]
without doubt (used to reinforce an assertion)
- a manifestation of agreement usually occurring at the beginning of a phrase
- nonstandard consumption
- in an effective or adequate way
I'll be alright once I get my car.