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  • adjective superlative form of mighty: most mighty.

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Examples

  • On June 5, 1950, the U.S. Supreme Court struck what was called the mightiest blow for freedom and full citizenship for African-Americans since the Civil War.

    THE REAL PEPSI CHALLENGE

  • With justice England is called the mightiest naval power in the world.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 69, July, 1863

  • One of their mightiest was a very old apparatus, one that had been forgotten for countless ages.

    The Black Star Passes

  • Once called the mightiest supergroup of all-time, David Crosby (of The Byrds), Stephen Stills (of Buffalo Springfield), Graham Nash (of The Hollies) and later Neil Young (also of Buffalo Springfield) came together in the late 1960s to rock - harmoniously.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Adjusting for the fact that we can be the "mightiest" nation on earth, I propose a DOD budget of 70 billion dollars.

    A Tale of Three Sons

  • I get a chuckle every time I hear some idiot talking about the US having the "mightiest" armed forces in the history of the world, which is lie of extreme proportions.

    SO THEY FINALLY GOT ZARQAWI. BIG DEAL. THERE ARE MORE WHERE HE CAME FROM

  • They had both been wonderfully keen students of every branch of naval warfare, from the handling of a single gun or ship to the supreme art of handling this "mightiest" of fleets; and both they and Sir Charles Madden, the Chief of Staff, were looked upon as being the very fittest of the fit.

    Flag and Fleet How the British Navy Won the Freedom of the Seas

  • Parliament on purpose to endanger the "mightiest" of foreign navies -- that is, the British.

    Flag and Fleet How the British Navy Won the Freedom of the Seas

  • Jehovah turns the hearts of kings and peoples as the rivers of water, and He stirred up these hostile nations when His people were in need of chastisement; He could wield their power as the axe which assails a tree is wielded by the woodman; He could call the mightiest conqueror to serve His secret purposes, as a man calls a dog to his foot. [

    The Preacher and His Models The Yale Lectures on Preaching 1891

  • It is not surprising to see the mightiest hunter teased because he fears getting too close to a granny whose n|om may track him down and result in an arrow that slices through any pretentiousness he might carry.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

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