He reached out a square, competent hand, and put it over hers.
It is so difficult to keep ‘heights that the soul is competent to gain.’
Who is going to say whether an applicant is competent to pilot a balloon or airship?
The expectation of acquiring a competent fortune did not last long.
It had died down and left him competent as ever to handle the scene.
He told what he saw, or what was guarantied to him by competent witnesses.
I put in a word for Herr Feltz, because I am convinced that he is a most competent man.
Now, I should like to see it in the hands of a good and competent man.
What are the qualities by virtue of which this claim is made, and allowed by every competent judge?
In other words, the hypothetical cause is, so far, competent to produce effects similar to those of the real cause.