He could not bear to have his great Bleriots dark, while our humbler acetylene illumined the way for His mightiness.
An attempt was made to induce us to remain at a respectful distance from his mightiness.
In this work, what Ben Jonson describes as "Marlowe's mighty line" is out in all its mightiness.
An attempt was made to induce us to remain at a p. 304respectful distance from his mightiness.
Who like the poor are harrowed with oppression, ever subject to the imperious taxes, and the gripes of mightiness?
The first step the giant took showed the mightiness of his stride.
To this I answered, that the king knew more of the mightiness of the King of England than to suppose him a petty governor.
Love was all about thee, curled in its mightiness around all thou hadst to do with.
His high and mightiness had the whole story of the accident from some tattle-tale.
He knew not what to do, by reason of the mightiness of his hurt.
Old English mihtig, earlier mæhtig, from miht (see might (n.)). Cf. Old Frisian mechtig, Old Saxon mahtig, Dutch machtig, German mächtig. As an adverb, it is attested from c.1300, though now considered colloquial.