mighty

[ mahy-tee ]
/ ˈmaɪ ti /

adjective, might·i·er, might·i·est.

having, characterized by, or showing superior power or strength: mighty rulers.
of great size; huge: a mighty oak.
great in amount, extent, degree, or importance; exceptional: a mighty accomplishment.

adverb

Informal. very; extremely: I'm mighty pleased.

noun

(used with a plural verb) mighty persons collectively (usually preceded by the): the rich and the mighty.

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Origin of mighty

before 900; Middle English; Old English mihtig. See might2, -y1

SYNONYMS FOR mighty

2 immense, enormous, tremendous, sizable.

ANTONYMS FOR mighty

OTHER WORDS FROM mighty

might·i·ness, nouno·ver·might·y, adjectivequa·si-might·y, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for mightier

mighty
/ (ˈmaɪtɪ) /

adjective mightier or mightiest

  1. having or indicating might; powerful or strong
  2. (as collective noun; preceded by the)the mighty
very large; vast
very great in extent, importance, etc

adverb

informal, mainly US and Canadian (intensifier)he was mighty tired

Derived forms of mighty

mightiness, noun
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Idioms and Phrases with mightier

mighty

see high and mighty.

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