adjective, might·i·er, might·i·est.
Related formsmight·i·ness, nouno·ver·might·y, adjectivequa·si-might·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for mightiness
We may not utter it,” she said; “but thou shalt see him soon, that there is nought but good in him and mightiness.The Story of the Glittering Plain|William Morris
Who like the poor are harrowed with oppression, ever subject to the imperious taxes, and the gripes of mightiness?
His high and mightiness had the whole story of the accident from some tattle-tale.Marjorie Dean, College Sophomore|Pauline Lester
"It will do Your Mightiness good to mingle with the proletariat," he grinned.Simon the Jester|William J. Locke
He pained himself to fall upon his lady's body; and because of the mightiness of his hurt, bled swiftly to death.French Mediaeval Romances from the Lays of Marie de France|Marie de France
British Dictionary definitions for mightiness
adjective mightier or mightiest
- having or indicating might; powerful or strong
- (as collective noun; preceded by the)the mighty
Derived Formsmightiness, noun
Idioms and Phrases with mightiness
see high and mighty.