As a noun, might refers to strength.

  • I pushed the dresser with all my might.

As a verb, might is most often used to denote possibility. Let’s look at some examples:

  • My kids are constantly fighting with one another and I think I might be going crazy.
  • You might even find a job in your new city.

In this case, the meaning of might means there’s a good chance something will happen.

  • I think there’s a good chance I’m going crazy.
  • There’s a good chance you even find a job in your new city.

Might can also be used to make a suggestion. When used in this way, it is often meant as sarcasm.

  • Where can I buy watermelon juice?
  • You might want to try the juice bar on 8th street.

Sometimes, it is used sarcastically.

  • Tell me, how might I make three meals a day, clean the dishes and the entire house, and go to work?

Might can also be used to describe a conditional (if x happens y happens).

  • I might be able to go to the concert if I can leave work early. (If I can leave work early, then I can go to the concert.)