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mighty

might·y

mighty

 
 
pronunciation:
maI ti
parts of speech:
adjective, adverb
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part of speech: adjective
inflections: mightier, mightiest
definition 1: having or displaying great power, strength, or ability.
The mighty warriors made a series of stunning conquests.Can this mighty team win the championship again this year?She displayed a mighty talent in her singing even as a young child.
synonyms:
forceful, potent, powerful, strong
antonyms:
feeble
similar words:
drastic, giant, herculean, high, omnipotent, sturdy, violent
definition 2: imposing in size, power, or importance; huge; awesome.
The mighty fortress withstood all invaders' attempts to penetrate it.
synonyms:
awesome, grand, imposing, majestic
antonyms:
insignificant, laughable, puny, tiny
similar words:
colossal, commanding, formidable, giant, herculean, high, important, marvelous, monumental, prodigious
definition 3: impressive in degree or extent.
This mighty task could not have been accomplished without the help of many.Construction of the tunnel was a mighty accomplishment.
synonyms:
great, imposing, impressive, vast
similar words:
colossal, commanding, enormous, extensive, formidable, huge, immense, monumental, overwhelming, prodigious, striking, towering
 
part of speech: adverb
definition: (informal; regional) very; extremely.
That was a mighty fine dinner!She's a mighty good cook.
derivation: mightiness (n.)
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