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almighty Syllabification: al·might·y
Pronunciation: /ôlˈmīdē/

Definition of almighty in English:


1Having complete power; omnipotent: God almighty
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  • The fact that he has seen the dawning of the sun in the morning means that the almighty power of God is already protecting him.
  • Why would Thomas transcend to a godlike state if he detests almighty power?
  • The salvation of sinners does not depend on the way we state the truth, but on the almighty power of God.
1.1 (the Almighty) A name or title for God: I wanted to beg the Almighty for mercy
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  • I guess the Almighty was saying Happy Mother's Day is His own way to all the Mothers in the world.
  • We know that freedom is the Almighty's gift to every man and woman in this world.
  • The event started with the sweet little voices of the children invoking the blessings of the Almighty.
1.2 informal Very great; enormous: the silence was broken by an almighty roar
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  • We were playing outside in the garden this afternoon when there was an almighty roar in the sky.
  • The aspirin he had taken had finally started to kick in, and disintegrate his almighty hangover.
  • An almighty roar of celebration, relief and happiness erupted upon the decks of the Devil Star as the ship emerged from warp space.
very great, huge, enormous, immense, colossal, massive, prodigious, stupendous, tremendous, monumental, mammoth, vast, gigantic, giant, mighty, Herculean, epic;
very loud, deafening, ear-splitting, ear-piercing, booming, thundering, thunderous
informal whopping, thumping, astronomical, mega, monster, humongous, jumbo, ginormous


Old English ælmihtig (see all, mighty).

Words that rhyme with almighty

Aphrodite, Blighty, flighty, mighty, nightie

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