mightily[ mahyt-l-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF mightily
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIGHTILY
The workmen were at the gate to see him off, and were mightily proud of him.
It was a dog, lost from some Indian hunting-party, and mightily glad to see us.
Oh, hungry vigorous Yankee land, so mightily young—eat on, eat on!
He found a waving foot with his right hand; wrenched it mightily.
I labour, striving according to His working, which worketh in me mightily.
It pleased him mightily to fancy he had seen what the Padrona had not seen.
Mightily the doctor strove but others flung themselves on him.
The Seabury girl was mightily set back, but old Van was paralyzed.
Zoeth was mightily pleased and Mary-'Gusta was happy because he was.
T will cost him little, and 't will please these Canaples mightily.