Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an almighty manner; with almighty power: sometimes used vulgarly as an expletive: as, I was almightily angry.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb With almighty power.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In a way or manner that is almighty.

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Examples

  • Gothy anti-heroine Lisbeth Salander returns for the final reckoning as Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy grinds to a close with another almightily longwinded two-and-a-half-hour mega-episode.

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  • It's a touching, tender, funny look at an almightily ordinary couple.

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  • I have to head out and am almightily pissed off with the NT that they have lost 1. my BRILLIANT suggestion and 2. the post an hour later that My Brilliant Suggestion has been devoured by the spam trap.

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  • Am still almightily pissed off that Sam de Frito gets a decent FKN blog format and we are stuck with the Rat Shit Feed.

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  • If we pick Huckabee or Giuliani, one part or another of the coalition will grumble almightily, will threaten to walk because the candidate doesn't reflect what they want.

    "I Can't Make Her Younger."

  • I think I can give you some insight into this as someone who was until very recently single in an almightily desert like manner but is currently dating someone (the status of the relationship is as yet undefined, given it's only been four weeks).

    Consumed by Marriage

  • NGUYEN: Well, it's all about the almightily dollar, apparently.

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  • It has been the winter during which your old uncle has been laying a firm foundation for your comfort and safety and for that of the men who will follow you over -- and believe us, he's done an almighty big, an almightily far-sighted, an all-around almightily creditable and thoroughly American, workmanlike job.

    The Stars and Stripes The American Soldiers' Newspaper of World War I, 1918-1919

  • "It is going to be almightily to your advantage," Mr. Lawrence Fernald added.

    Ted and the Telephone

  • It was simply nondescript, so almightily commonplace that that very fact made it rather remarkable.

    Mr. Standfast

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