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adjective as in able to perform
Family stories are funny things, though, capable of morphing and shifting over the years until the unknowns outnumber the knowns.
Technology capable of changing your brain’s activity with just a subtle nudge, however, brings “manipulation risks to the next level,” Ienca says.
Technology capable of changing your brain’s activity with just a subtle nudge, however, “brings current manipulation risks to the next level,” Ienca says.
It’s also become evident that children are capable of transmitting the virus to some extent.
That meant populous Fairfax County, which with the Inova hospital system had set up a network of sites capable of delivering at least 30,000 doses weekly, was positioned to scoop up more than half of Virginia’s weekly vaccine allocation.
At that point, who knows what they could have been capable of.
Hollywood might possibly fear North Korean sleeper cells capable of blowing up theaters that screen anti-Nork films.
Because especially my sister is not capable of doing the stuff that he is accusing her of doing.
Researchers in subsequent decades have indeed documented the violence, sexual and otherwise, that these birds are capable of.
Designed for “special missions,” the privately owned company is capable of transporting precious cargo anywhere in the world.
Nowhere can be found a region capable of supporting a larger population to the square mile than Lombardy.
I should pay a capable secretary like you—knowing several languages and all that—say forty dollars a week.
She did not realize that a passion for a business enterprise, as for a woman, is capable of destroying the balance of any man.
Aunt Ri gazed at her with a sentiment as near to veneration as her dry, humorous, practical nature was capable of feeling.
He is shining black, and as he tosses his head one can see the wicked horns, capable of doing such terrible injury.
On this page you'll find 116 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to capable, such as: able, accomplished, adept, adequate, competent, and efficient.
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