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It would be valuable to have more competent physicians with deep clinical expertise be able to work with patients.

Romney won older voters because he appeared more competent and accomplished than Obama.

Why does sleep help turn us into more competent versions of ourselves?

The end result, advocates say, is not just more competent and self-aware children, but a more peaceful world.

Or did you believe yourself to be more competent to teach vice than virtue, or me more ready to learn the first than the latter?

Some of the subjects discussed have already been dealt with by more competent inquirers.

The mind of man is no more competent to reach and grasp the theme through reason, than his hands are to mould a sun.

It is rather a revelation of the need of a more competent leadership in world politics.

The trained woman superintendent proved not only more competent but less affected by perquisites.


On this page you'll find 115 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to competent, such as: adequate, capable, decent, efficient, proficient, and qualified.

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