mighty, mightily, powerful, right
Meaning: (Southern regional intensive) very; to a great degree; "the baby is mighty cute"; "he's mighty tired"; "it is powerful humid"; "that boy is powerful big now"; "they have a right nice place"; "they rejoiced mightily"
Meaning: powerfully or vigorously; "he strove mightily to achieve a better position in life"
The bulls roared mightily.
So then Sir Tristram gat the chapel and kept it mightily.
"Well, you might suggest that it doesn't please me mightily.
My heart was pounding mightily. I couldn't curb its pulsations.
There nature had placed her, and she had taken root and grown mightily.
The dignity of the words imposed mightily upon the hearts of the people.
Winfried's heavy staff thrust mightily against the hammer's handle as it fell.
The prince had been a fortnight with the grand duke, and enjoyed himself mightily.
Mrs. Jewkes is mightily at me, to go with her in the chariot, to visit Mr. Williams.
"It may be fun," said the other, "but it looks mightily like yearnest to a man up a tree."