dextrally

dextral

[dek-struhl]
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or on the right side; right (opposed to sinistral ).
3.
Also, dexiotropic. Zoology. (of certain gastropod shells) coiling clockwise, as seen from the apex.

Origin:
1640–50; < Latin dext(e)r dexter + -al1

dextrally, adverb
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dextral (ˈdɛkstrəl)
 
adj
1.  of, relating to, or located on the right side, esp of the body; right-hand
2.  of or relating to a person who prefers to use his right foot, hand, or eye; right-handed
3.  (of the shells of certain gastropod molluscs) coiling in an anticlockwise direction from the apex; dextrorse
 
dextrality
 
n
 
'dextrally
 
adv

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dextral dex·tral (děk'strəl)
adj.

  1. Of, facing, or located on the right side; right.

  2. Right-handed.

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