capacities[ kuh-pas-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF capacities
Synonyms for capacities
- holding ability
- holding power
- standing room only
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAPACITIES
Doubtless his new ethereal form has its capacities and privileges.
The form of union is but a symbol of the people's character, their desires, and capacities.
The virtues and capacities of these my comrades will always haunt my imagination.
Within the limit of their capacities they can do many things.
Well, first of all I thought I ought to show her the capacities of our house.
How leniently, then, should we deal with those who labor for our pleasure in these capacities!
The discovery of man and his capacities, then, is the great gift of Greece to the world.
Only his own desire and capacities were to determine his limitations.
I did not feel worthy to fill the capacities of that noble heart.
She learned the capacities and peculiarities of the negro race.