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- n. The property of being mighty.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being mighty; possession of might; power; greatness; high dignity.
- n. Highness; excellency; -- with a possessive pronoun, a title of dignity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or attribute of being mighty; power; greatness; also, high dignity.
- n. A title of dignity: particularly in the phrase their High Mightinesses the States-General of the Netherlands.
- n. Great degree; great amount.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. physical strength
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Duc de Navarreins and Polydore Milaud de la Baudraye, and attained a kind of mightiness that Annette seemed to fear would be disastrous to
The port lifeboat was missing, its iron davits, twisted and wrenched, testifying to the mightiness of the blow that had been struck the old
There was the arcanum; each yellow grain conduced to my exaltation, and the sum of these grains was the sum of my mightiness.
If only I could decipher the mightiness of the sword and put it into pen, I might free myself.
So with all of my love for all my other publishers out there in the open, and without taking anything away from them, allow me to anoint with my mighty +4 sword of critical mightiness ...
For all the charity's resources and connections, for all the attendant risks of over-confidence and over-mightiness, on the ground in Africa or Asia the foundation's immense-sounding grants are a miniscule fraction of what is required to create a fairer world.
I believe in our baking mightiness, but there are only so many hours in a day.
So with all of my love for all my other publishers out there in the open, and without taking anything away from them, allow me to anoint with my mighty +4 sword of critical mightiness...
Hence the text, in speaking of the kingdom of Christ, enlarges upon the special office of His Saints — “All Thy works praise Thee, O Lord, and Thy Saints give thanks unto Thee: they show the glory of Thy kingdom, and talk of Thy power, that Thy power, Thy glory, and mightiness of Thy kingdom might be known unto men.”