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    As right as pie

    Hello everyone,
    I'm searching for the exact meaning of 'As right as pie'. Is it an expression following an obvious truth? Context: a divorced woman says she's allright. Her best friend says: "Of course you are. As right as pie."
    Thank you!
    Marcel

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    Re: As right as pie

    Quote Originally Posted by Coenraedt
    Hello everyone,
    I'm searching for the exact meaning of 'As right as pie'. Is it an expression following an obvious truth? Context: a divorced woman says she's allright. Her best friend says: "Of course you are. As right as pie."
    Thank you!
    Marcel
    I've heard the expressions 'right as rain' and 'nice as pie'

    For instance ."I've got a headache". to which the reply might be -"take a couple of aspirin and you'll be right as rain in no time"

    After the boy was scolded for being naughty he was as nice as pie.


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    Re: As right as pie

    Thank you, Curmudgeon. So, maybe this expression doesn't really exist, but is a combination of two.
    Thank you for your reply.
    Marcel

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