Might"y (?), a. [Compar. Mightier (?); superl. Mightiest.] [AS. meahtig, mihtig; akin to G. machtig, Goth. mahteigs. See Might, n.]


Possessing might; having great power or authority.

Wise in heart, and mighty in strength. Job ix. 4.


Accomplished by might; hence, extraordinary; wonderful.

"His mighty works."

Matt. xi. 20.


Denoting and extraordinary degree or quality in respect of size, character, importance, consequences, etc.

"A mighty famine." Luke xv. 14. "Giants of mighty bone." Milton.

Mighty was their fuss about little matters. Hawthorne.


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Might"y, n.; pl. Mighties (#).

A warrior of great force and courage

. [R. & Obs.]

1 Chron. xi. 12.


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Might"y, adv.

In a great degree; very.

[Colloq.] "He was mighty methodical."


We have a mighty pleasant garden. Doddridge.


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