able-bodied[ ey-buh l-bod-eed ]SEE DEFINITION OF able-bodied
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABLE-BODIED
If you were an able-bodied man, I'd get you, too—just to have a pair of you.
An able-bodied woman like Glory Quayle doesn't starve in a place like London.
I've seen no other able-bodied soldier about town; how is it that you are here?
May I ask if they are all large, able-bodied men with powerful voices?
All able-bodied men who would not fight were expelled from the city.
"I am afraid I shouldn't be a match for an able-bodied burglar," said Frank, smiling.
The able-bodied and competent part of a society is the adults in the prime of life.
To be examined, adjudged not "able-bodied," and given exemption-papers.
One-fourth of the able-bodied men of Hesse-Cassel were shipped to America.
It was the duty of every able-bodied man to fight for the Empire.