Remarkably vs Mighty - What's the difference?

remarkably | mighty |


As adverbs the difference between remarkably and mighty

is that remarkably is (manner) in a remarkable manner while mighty is (colloquial) very; to a high degree.

As a noun mighty is

influential, powerful beings or mighty can be (obsolete|rare) a warrior of great strength and courage.

As an adjective mighty is

very strong; possessing might.

remarkably

English

Adverb

(en adverb)
  • (manner) In a remarkable manner.
  • He performed the piece remarkably , offering novel interpretations to its nearly cliched passages.
  • (degree) To a noteworthy extent.
  • That dog is remarkably fierce.
  • *{{quote-news, year=2013, date=April 9, author=Andrei Lankov, title=Stay Cool. Call North Korea‚Äôs Bluff., work=New York Times citation
  • , passage=Suggestions that those leaders are irrational and their decisions unfathomable are remarkably shallow. North Korea is not a theocracy led by zealots who preach the rewards of the afterlife.}}
  • (evaluative) (Used to draw special attention to a proposition).
  • Remarkably , three State assembly elections were decided by a total of fewer than one hundred votes.

    mighty

    English

    Noun

    (en-plural noun)
  • Influential, powerful beings.
  • *{{quote-magazine, date=2013-08-10, volume=408, issue=8848, magazine=(The Economist), author=Lexington
  • , title= Keeping the mighty honest , passage=British journalists shun complete respectability, feeling a duty to be ready to savage the mighty', or rummage through their bins. Elsewhere in Europe, government contracts and subsidies ensure that press barons will only defy the ' mighty so far.}}

    Noun

    (mighties)
  • (obsolete, rare) A warrior of great strength and courage.
  • * Bible , 1 Chronicles 11:12, King James Version:
  • And after him was Eleazar the son of Dodo, the Ahohite, who was one of the three mighties .

    Adjective

    (er)
  • Very strong; possessing might.
  • He's a mighty wrestler, but you are faster than him.
  • * Bible, Job ix. 4
  • Wise in heart, and mighty in strength.
  • Very heavy and powerful.
  • Thor swung his mighty hammer.
    He gave the ball a mighty hit.
  • Accomplished by might; hence, extraordinary; wonderful.
  • * Bible, Matthew xi. 20
  • His mighty works
  • * Hawthorne
  • Mighty was their fuss about little matters.
  • (informal) Excellent, extremely good.
  • Tonight's a mighty opportunity to have a party.
    She's a mighty cook.

    Derived terms

    * high and mighty

    Adverb

    (-)
  • (colloquial) Very; to a high degree.
  • You can leave that food in your locker for the weekend, but it's going to smell mighty bad when you come back on Monday.
    Pork chops boiled with turnip greens makes a mighty fine meal.
  • * Samuel Pepys
  • The lady is not heard of, and the King mighty angry and the Lord sent to the Tower.
  • * 1918 , (Edgar Rice Burroughs), Chapter IV
  • I was mighty glad that our entrance into the interior of Caprona had been inside a submarine rather than in any other form of vessel. I could readily understand how it might have been that Caprona had been invaded in the past by venturesome navigators without word of it ever reaching the outside world, for I can assure you that only by submarine could man pass up that great sluggish river, alive.