Thesaurus / competent


Beyond diagnosing what went wrong, I asked Wright what the federal government could have done differently and if he thinks a competent administration with a serious plan might’ve saved hundreds of thousands of lives.
Yes, I think what he is gong for is a sort of I’m-more-competent-and-would-have-gotten-all-this-done angle, as opposed to the who-cares-about-the-pandemic-just-open approach.
My hope is that we’ll get another big emergency package and, finally, a competent vaccine rollout, and that we’ll be mostly back to normal by the summer.
They were fully formed humans before motherhood and competent as mothers, and those with grown children continue to be independent folks accomplishing much.
A competent travel adviser would never send you into harm’s way.
Every project they work on—cheese wedge, open dumpster, entire slice of pizza—is in their minds a secret referendum on whether they are in fact smart and competent.
I think that’s … It’s disarmingly powerful to be that way because she comes across as somebody who is very competent, very effective, very impressive.
Saved by the first ladyWhether these presidents were competent dancers hardly mattered, because all eyes were on their partners.
Instead, they embraced a strategy that was predicated on helping the Afghans build competent security forces and a functioning government that could win the backing of the Afghan people and hold off the Taliban.
If Watson is traded to a competent team, he would make it an instant Super Bowl threat — and if he does become available, all but a handful of teams should consider parting with significant draft capital and young players to acquire him.


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