adjective, might·i·er, might·i·est.
Origin of mighty
Synonyms for mighty
Antonyms for mighty
Examples from the Web for mightiness
Historical Examples of mightiness
His high and mightiness had the whole story of the accident from some tattle-tale.Marjorie Dean, College Sophomore
He could not appreciate—no man can—the mightiness of female cunning.What Will He Do With It, Complete
They are at my house, your Mightiness; send some one with me, and I will give them up.For Fortune and Glory
An attempt was made to induce us to remain at a respectful distance from his mightiness.Eothen
A. W. Kinglake
The mightiness of the sea, like the mightiness of the mountain, draws mankind.A Floating Home
adjective mightier or mightiest
- having or indicating might; powerful or strong
- (as collective noun; preceded by the)the mighty
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.
see high and mighty.