Thesaurus / capability

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The fact that he is a great favorite in London speaks volumes for his capability.
NAT GOODWIN'S BOOKNAT C. GOODWIN
The capability of being distracted by the presence of other things varies in all workers.
Then Merry had suddenly appeared on the scene and seemed to oust the new man before the latter had a show to prove his capability.
Its stimulus wears off quickly and leaves a corresponding depression, but it confers half an hour of capability of intense effort.
HABITS THAT HANDICAPCHARLES B. TOWNS
The vivida vis, the capability of growth, had well-nigh passed from Latin when Petrarch was born.
Their energy, willingness, faithfulness and capability in every activity are unsurpassed.
Then the writer considered our present marine engine as to its efficiency and capability of further improvement.
The form as we apprehend it of an object constitutes its beauty, its capability to arouse and to delight.
There was even a certain fitness in it, a capability of much expansion on theatrical and grandiose lines.
WOOD-CARVINGGEORGE JACK
And the Race has been robbed of priceless living wealth in human health and capability.

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