In this state you're <most powerful / the most powerful>


Senior Member
What's the difference between : " In this state you're most powerful." and " In this state you're the mst powerful.", and are they both grammatically correct?
  • Franco-filly

    Senior Member
    English - Southern England
    To me, the first means "'re at your most powerful" [but that could still be considerably less powerful than someone else] whereas the second could means "you're more powerful than all the others / anyone else."