capacity[ kuh-pas-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF capacity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAPACITY
I have an abiding faith in their capacity, integrity and high purpose.
Be it considered, also, that men often overestimate their capacity for evil.
It is not a question of His giving, but of my capacity to take.
In growth all is adjusted to capacity; it is not meant to shock, force, or frighten.
There is a fascination in this view in its capacity for change.
The truth is I haven't got it in me—the capacity to succeed.
Her voice sank, in awe of herself and her own capacity for passionate emotion.
But in the first capacity, my love, she may find people who can match her.'
Why is the existing exploiting society not able to call forth all this capacity?
Man, finite and limited in capacity, could therefore never expiate it.