competency[ kom-pi-tuh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF competency
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPETENCY
The Assistant Commissioner did not seem to refuse it a certain amount of competency.
As the exercise of his foresight will enable him to acquire a competency in that time.
She may not be satisfied with what you consider a competency.
I enjoy a competency—nay, much more—and yet, they talk to me of dying.
Competency is equal to the occasion, readiness prompt for the occasion.
Youth will not weigh so much against you as a competency will do for you.
No one asked for a certificate of competency other than her own word and that of her friends.
The development of competency in caring occurs over a lifetime.
He had left the young surgeon a competency of two hundred a-year.
It is the competency of the court to which he pleads, rather than its decrees.