right note

See: decorum
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This illustrious lawyer struck the right note at starting.
Here again the popular sentiment struck the right note at starting.
You must take a wider view," I said resolutely, thinking that with this exceptional creature this was the right note to strike.
She was no dazzling executante; her runs were not at all like strings of pearls, and she struck no more right notes than was suitable for one of her age and situation.
But Education Secretary Michael Gove claimed the prime minister "struck exactly the right note on migration".
A MUSIC event will be aiming to hit the right note with visitors this weekend.
Julian has done a beautiful job hitting the right note.
He has packed action and romance together, marketed it in his unique way and managed to hit the right note.
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25) can hit the right note in the 2m4f handicap chase at Ludlow today.
Initial response from some media and analysts was that the large screen made the device too bulky for phone use, but Samsung says that the hybrid approach, which gives tablet capabilities in a phone-sized device, had hit the right note with consumers.
One of 15 Group winners by Darley's leading Australian sire Lonhro, he is the second foal out of Miss Right Note, a winning Irish-bred daughter of Daylami from one of Leigh's most successful families.