1) Used in conjunction with a declaration of action.

2) An emphasis added to a statement in place of completely, utterly, totally, etc.

3) A phrase added to a statement to imply justification for an action.
1) If you don't put that down, I'm going to beat you right and proper.

2) "I'm completely screwed" becomes "I'm screwed, right and proper."

3) "We'll arrest him, right and proper."
by Mike January 11, 2004

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