How does the assertion that the monarch rules "by the grace of almighty God" square with the Trades Descriptions Act?
So when the white smoke emerges from the Vatican chimney, it means that the almighty has made his choice, too.
But thus far, it seems, the almighty is still pondering the options as well.
Old English ælmihtig "all-powerful," also a by-name of God; compound of æl (see all) + mihtig (see mighty); common Germanic (cf. Old Saxon alomahtig, Old High German alamahtic, German allmächtig, Old Norse almattigr), perhaps an early Germanic loan-translation of Latin omnipotens (see omnipotent).
The almighty dollar, that great object of universal devotion throughout our land." [Washington Irving, 1836]Related: Almightily.
Enormous: There was an almighty fuss (1820s+)