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almighty din/crash/row etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishalmighty din/crash/row etcalmighty din/crash/row etcBritish English old-fashioned informalVERY a very loud noise, argument etc There was an almighty bang and the car came to a halt. almighty
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almighty din/crash/row etcAnd certainly there would be the most almighty row if Clarke got the push.Before he got half way, they dropped with an almighty crash on to the stone floor.
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