Might·y, n.; pl. Mighties A warrior of great force and courage. [R. & Obs.]
Might·y, adv. In a great degree; very. [Colloq.] “He was mighty methodical.”
We have a mighty pleasant garden. --Doddridge.
Might·y a. [Compar. Mightier superl. Mightiest.]
1. Possessing might; having great power or authority.
Wise in heart, and mighty in strength. --Job ix. 4.
2. Accomplished by might; hence, extraordinary; wonderful. “His mighty works.”
3. Denoting an 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.
adj : having or showing great strength or force or intensity;
"struck a mighty blow"; "the mighty logger Paul
Bunyan"; "the pen is mightier than the sword"-
adv : (Southern regional intensive) very; "the baby is mighty
cute"; "he's mighty tired"; "it is powerful humid";
"that boy is powerful big now"; "they have a right nice
place" [syn: powerful, right]
[also: mightiest, mightier]