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You never know what might happen in the future.
I was afraid that someone might recognize me.
Did you say anything that might have upset her?
We might just get there in time if we hurry.
You might like to see what we’ve done to the garden.
I thought we might have a walk round the town.
He might have warned me he was going to be late.
In future you might try to be a little more polite.
As you might expect, this top-of-the-range model is not cheap.
As you might imagine, the Republicans were very happy to see the bill fail.
I might have known he would be late.
Armstrong might not be a brilliant player, but he’s a good captain.
This might sound crazy, but I think someone is following me.
You might have been killed.
How different things might have been, if your father had stayed.
With a bit more effort we might have won the match.
We might as well sit down while we’re waiting.
You might as well enjoy your money while you’ve got it.
The meeting was a complete waste of time. I might just as well have stayed at home.
If I had not discovered Oliver’s letter, I might never have known.
We might well have to wait six months before we know the answers.
The crisis might very easily lead to war.
And where might you be going at this time of night?
This is the British English definition of might. View American English definition of might.