adjective: Having absolute power; all-powerful: almighty God.
adjective: Informal Great; extreme: an almighty din.
adverb: Informal Used as an intensive: almighty scared.
noun: God. Used with the.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
“In the name of almighty God, there will be no surplus and prices will not fall,” intoned the Iranian oil minister.
For them, driving a truck while intoxicated was a much larger offense than blaspheming the name of almighty God.1
But if we conceive of a providence - a source even of the immeasurable suffering inflicted by, and on, mankind - what sort of almighty is it that we - like the tramps - are to meet somewhere, some day?
It reminds us of the saying of the Scots Minister to his congregation that "The almighty is obliged to do many things in his offeecial capacity which he would scor-rn to do as a private individual."
Using Robertson's thinking, for the U.S. to be given a pass by God in its dealing with Haiti, would also suggest the almighty is a proponent of realpolitik.