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Spell check of might

Correct spelling: might

world power, dexterity, office, fervor, influence, verve, king, toughness, capability, competency, thew, puissance, control, big businessman, major power, clout, horsepower, prestige, force, potence, ability, zip, sovereignty, title, top executive, cogency, magnate, punch, faculty, rank, purview, stature, seniority, mandate, strong, fire, could, dominion, prerogative, stamina, go, potency, vigor, zing, action, aptitude, spirit, vitality, domination, pep, commission, great power, entitlement, say-so, credential, firepower, mogul, firmness, tycoon, exponent, charge, efficacy, stoutness, birthright, stability, mastery, talent, mightiness, privilege, competence, muscle, effervescence, expertness, right, activity, strength, brawn, drive, can, cleverness, get-up-and-go, powerfulness, zeal, precedence, susceptibility, huskiness, spark, readiness, capacity, spunk, jurisdiction, grasp, skill, qualification, command, may, superiority, enfranchisement, prepotency, index, authority, superpower, business leader, power, vivacity, efficiency, peppiness, sturdiness, vim, license, kingship, sinew, baron, sway, animation, primacy, energy, sprightliness, steam, over, empowerment, snap.

impotence, impotency, incompetency, dulness, inefficacy, incapacity, imbecility, uselessness, inefficiency, disability, inefficaciousness, inability, weakness, incapability, ineffectualness, inaptitude, incapableness, powerlessness, helplessness, ineffectuality, stupidity, incompetence, maladroitness, awkwardness, paralysis, ineffectiveness, feebleness.

Examples of usage:

1) Might I see her? - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) It's not at all like what I had thought it might be. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) And then you might find that you liked him best. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.