This page is about the conversational phrase yeah, right
You can say this if you don't believe what someone has said, or doubt or disagree with them.
- When the used-car salesman said, "You can trust me," I thought to myself, "Yeah, right."
- "A politician would never start a war just to help his friends in the oil business."
This is said ironically, meaning it's said in a way that makes it clear you mean the opposite of what you say.
I said, "George was a great president," and Al said, "Yeah, right." Al thought
Contributor: Matt Errey