Might Definition

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1. to whom, when sickened with the praises of all other men, I could daily betake myself, and be known as the vilest of all sinners, methinks my soul might keep itself alive thereby. 1
2. - Not wholly devoid of an idea that he might behold an evil spirit. 1
3. - The people's victim and lifelong bond - slave , as they fancied her, might say to them. 1
4. Nov. 5 (UPI) -- U.S. scientists say a fungus in the Patagonian rainforest might be a new source of biofuels since it produces a number of diesel compounds from cellulose. 1
5. ' The menus of local restaurants might present such delectables as 'fried enema,' 'monolithic tree mushroom stem squid' and a mysterious thirst-quencher known as 'The Jew's Ear Juice. 1
6. 'And who is Dinah, if I might venture to ask the question?' said the Lory. 1
7. 'He might even die.' 'Don't be so morbid.' 1
8. 'I might as well do something useful, seeing as I'm back,' she said. 1
9. 'I might never see you again,' she moaned. 1
10. 'I might,' he said enigmatically. 1
11. 'Isn't there some chance that William might lead a normal life?' asked Jill. 1
12. 'She was mightily pleased to have your message, when I gave it her. 1
13. 'So you might accept their offer?' 'Yes, then again I might not.' 2
14. 'That might be difficult,' interposed Regina. 1
15. 'You might keep me in a strait-waistcoat for six weeks, ' said Nipper, 'and when I got it off I'd only be more aggravated, who ever heard the like of them two Griffins, Mrs Richards?' 1
16. " All right,'said the latter, somewhat abashed, " it might be well to do it. " 1
17. " And in a Koranic verse dated by scholars to the final years of Muhammad's life, God tells humankind that he has "made you into nations and tribes, so that you might come to know one another. 1
18. " I'm not dead enough for you to pull down the shades -- though I might as well be. 1
19. " The National Legislative Assembly sent the bill to committee, fearing that this brand of patriotism might be "chaotic. 1
20. " We might, though, put you at finishing, " he concluded reflectively. 1
21. "A manager on the ground might have some advantage there, " says Chicago money manager Andrew Feldman, speaking specifically of emerging market funds specializing in small cap stocks. 1
22. "A quiet fox," I summed him up as I might have said. 1
23. "And say, " he whispered, jovially , pulling Hurstwood over by the shoulder so that he might whisper in his ear, "if this isn't a good show, I'll punch your head. 1
24. "And say, " he whispered, jovially , pulling Hurstwood over by the shoulder so that he might whisper in his ear, "if this isn't a good show,(This website/jovially.html) I'll punch your head. 1
25. "And who might you be?" he said with a sneer. 1
26. "But we might ruin the stove." — "Who cares?". 1
27. "Crops are the first level in the food chain, " he told SciDev.Net. "When people make it uneatable to certain insects, we need to understand how it might affect the whole ecosystem." 1
28. "Darren's so honest that where an old stager might just have said (to Fabregas): 'Go and score, ' he still was determined enough to try and do his job, " said the manager. 1
29. "DEVELOPMENT depends on good governance. " Said by a white Texan dynast in Ghana, an African country once ravaged by the slave trade, that unexceptionable insight might sound a shade patronising. 1
30. "Even in sleep, I was further informed, the old lady might sketch fragmentary signs on the counterpane," Sacks writes. 1




  - past of may.

  - used in questions and requests.

  - used to express possibility or make a suggestion.


  - great and impressive power or strength, especially of a nation, large organization, or natural force.


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