Definition of almighty in English:

almighty

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Pronunciation: /ɔːlˈmʌɪti
 
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adjective

1Having complete power; omnipotent: I swear by almighty God
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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.
Synonyms
1.1 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.

noun

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(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.

Origin

Old English ælmihtig (see all, mighty).

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