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/ˈmaɪt l i/
in a mighty manner; powerfully or vigorously.
to a great extent or degree; very much:
to desire something mightily.
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Coral reefs, among other ecosystems, are suffering
at the hands of humans.
Many people struggle
to achieve and are of course disappointed by less successful outcomes.
The corporate overlords would profit
off the carnage wreaked by faulty products flooding our villages and homes.
The press is working
to make sure that never happens.
And the country is also struggling
with the costs.
Elite universities have benefited
from a number of converging long-term trends, none of their making.
One has to struggle
, as an academic press, to make these codes work meaningfully for scholarly books.
It is not an anthropomorphism to say that everyone was
Naturally there's one group that would be
upset at closing the shipping locks: shipping companies.
to the ferment, and partakes.
British Dictionary definitions for
to a great extent, amount, or degree
with might; powerfully or vigorously
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