Almighty ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Almighty ( adjective )

Having unlimited power; omnipotent.

Origin:

Middle english: from old english ælmihtig, from æl "all" + mihtig "mighty".

Examples:

  1. The almighty God is revered by millions of people around the world.
  2. In the play, the king's power was portrayed as almighty and absolute.
  3. Some people believe that money is an almighty force in today's society.
  4. The almighty dollar continues to dominate global economics.
  5. In times of trouble, many people turn to a higher power for comfort, believing in the almighty's ability to provide guidance and protection.

(As a noun)

Almighty ( noun )

Having unlimited power; omnipotent.

Origin:

Middle english: from old english ælmihtig, from æl "all" + mihtig "mighty".

Examples:

  1. The almighty God is revered by millions of people around the world.
  2. In the play, the king's power was portrayed as almighty and absolute.
  3. Some people believe that money is an almighty force in today's society.
  4. The almighty dollar continues to dominate global economics.
  5. In times of trouble, many people turn to a higher power for comfort, believing in the almighty's ability to provide guidance and protection.
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