The boy was mighty glad that they could fly away from the island.
His benefactors, mighty popes and the powerful Medici family supported his work during this time.
Before the pot hit the ground, the zebra gave it a mighty kick.
But hush! there's the hero of the occasion going into the church. Goodness! what gaudy clothes, what a neckcloth, what a high and mighty air!
Do you realize, Valencia, that you're getting altogether too damned high and mighty?
She must have. Every woman has a sweetheart unless she's mighty ugly.
Their harness, as they moved, showed the skin raw and bleeding. Yet they were pushing on with a mighty effort, concentrating their last powers, as though human demands were beyond their obscure instincts.
These human ant-hills seemed vaguely to recall, with the variety of uniforms and races, some of the mighty invasions of history; but it was not a nation en marche.
"Mighty pleased to be here tonight, Brother," bumbled Elmer.
"The gauntlet accompanying Entreri's mighty sword?" asked Tazmikella.
having or showing great strength or force or intensity: powerful
offensively self-assured or given to exercising usually unwarranted power: magisterial, peremptory, domineering, dominating, autocratic, bossy
(Southern regional intensive) very; to a great degree: powerful, right, mightily