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Difference between 'Right' and 'Rite'


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Right
Right as an adjective means 'just','true' as a noun it means a privilege enjoyed by some one.

Rite
Rite means 'ceremony or observance'.


Sample Usage

Right
1. No man has a right to do as he pleases, except when he pleases to so right.
2. Is that the right answer to the question ?

Rite
1. Religion does not consist in observing certain rites and ceremonies.
2. Marriage rites.


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