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See also: Almighty
- (sometimes postpositive) Unlimited in might; omnipotent; all-powerful
- The Holy Bible, […] (King James Version), London: […] Robert Barker, […], 1611, OCLC 964384981, Genesis 17:1: “I am the Almightie God.”
- (slang) Great; extreme; terrible.
- I heard an almighty crash and ran into the kitchen to see what had happened.
- 2012 May 21, Tom Fordyce, “England v West Indies: Hosts cruise home in Lord's Test”, in BBC Sport:
- When Jonathan Trott and Kevin Pietersen both went cheaply inside the first hour on the fifth day, a further 134 were needed and there was a genuine sense that an almighty upset might just come off.
- (by extension) Having very great power, influence, etc.
- The almighty press condemned him without trial.
unlimited in might
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almighty (not comparable)
- (slang, colloquial) Extremely; thoroughly.
- 2007, Richard Laymon, Savage, page 203:
- I stepped into the clear, rushing water. It was almighty cold!