› non-standard form of all right
- "Don't worry, " he said reassuringly. "Everything will be alright."
- Could you check this letter I've written and see if it's alright?
- My wife checks on our elderly neighbour every few days to make sure that he's alright.
- He says it's alright but I think he's keeping something from me.
All right as an adjectiveWe use all right as an adjective after verbs such as be, feel, seem or look, but not before a noun (predicative adjective). It means ‘well’, ‘OK’, ‘satisfactory’: …