Definition of 'mightily'
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If you get rid of that I'll be mightily impressed. The Sun (2016)This splash of gold is bright and mightily effective. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The steam generation is impressive and mightily effective. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Far from the most stylish player but mightily effective. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Three of our last four games have been on the road and we have been mightily impressive. The Sun (2015)It was a mightily impressive job. The Sun (2009)He used new irons and a new putter in Stockholm and was mightily impressed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Regardless of the outcome last night, that is mightily impressive. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And actually, how often the power of this one grain of salt turns out to be mightily effective! Christianity Today (2000)And he is mightily impressed. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I caught the freshly signed quartet play a tiny show in London and was mightily impressed. The Sun (2008)She was singing live on Radio 2 and he was a mightily impressed fellow guest. The Sun (2016)There was an assertiveness and commitment about his play that, in the circumstances, was mightily impressive. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She was mightily impressive when finally opening her account at Kempton Park last time and can follow up. Times, Sunday Times (2010)SHORT, stylish, ginger and mightily effective. The Sun (2011)We were also mightily impressed by her twerking antics on US chat show Live! The Sun (2014)I'd like to be picking holes in him but he was mightily impressive at Leopardstown and seems to have it all. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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