capable

[ key-puh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF capable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAPABLE

But you shall see how I'll help you with your work; I was capable of it all the time.

It passed, and the next moment she was on her feet again, capable of action.

If I am capable of judging, our tempers and inclinations are vastly different.

She is so capable and the girls not only like her but respect her as well.

The Duke wanted a capable candidate to help him regain his ascendency.

A modern example of the effects it is capable of is recorded by Tartini.

And to-day we have three novelists of the third class, good, capable craftsmen.

The one was capable of genuine sympathy; the other not yet of any.

I should never have thought you capable of showing such a lack of principle.

Yet, it was capable of meaning much concerning the nature of the lad.

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