unmighty

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English vnmyghty, vnmyȝty, unmihti, from Old English unmihtiġ (weak, not mighty), equivalent to un- +‎ mighty.

Adjective[edit]

unmighty (comparative more unmighty, superlative most unmighty)

  1. Not mighty; weak.
    • 2007 May 19, Virginia Heffernan, “A Television Revolution? Not Shown at Upfronts”, in New York Times[1]:
      And how the unmighty have risen: Fox, which after all these years is still not counted among the “big three” networks by some old-timers, now attracts the audiences advertisers desire more.

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