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capable

adjective able, accomplished, adept, adroit, aptus, competent, deft, effective, effectual, equal to, expert, facile, fit, fitted, gifted, idoneus, masterly, potent, proficient, qualified, skillful, suited, worthy
Associated concepts: capable of assisting with one's defense, capable of contracting, capable of inheriting, capable of taking and holding property, capable to inherit, capable to marry, competence capable of distinguishing right from wrong
See also: adequate, artful, competent, deft, effective, efficient, eligible, expert, familiar, fit, informed, omnipotent, operative, possible, potent, practiced, proficient, qualified, resourceful, sciential, veteran, virtual
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And so we all lustily, and quite capably, sang a repeat of the Hallelujah chorus.
Jason Busby, Zak Parrish and Joel VanEenwyk capably shows the reader just how to build custom mods, maps and levels with the Unreal engine.
Although the department could capably measure media outputs and gather customer reactions to news coverage, it could not effectively measure the company's image or influence with the news media or with customers reached through the media.
Exhaustively compiled, deftly organized, and capably edited by Rodney Ohebsion, A Collection Of Wisdom is a succinct guide that condenses the greatest morsels of the world's wisdom, teachings, quotes, and folktales into simple statements and sentences that anyone can readily grasp.
You assess capably, effectively; you look at how well children are doing against those standards; you use the data from those assessments to guide decisions.
All of these are important points that are capably supported in this study.
Having students display their personal strengths is fine, Keegan said, as long as they still learn to read, write, and do math capably before they graduate.
Hales capably negotiates between the literature and the archaeology with its abundant legacy of wall decoration to engage a range of sub-themes: the affirmation of identity, the perpetuation of memory, the allure of exoticism and the perennial tussle over the border between decorum and 'un-Roman' luxury.
It's not a killer disc, but stands nimbly and capably on its own.
Ventor was only playing because of the suspension of Welling's first-choice keeper and he was in action again in the first half getting behind an Andrew Thomas shot and then dealing capably with a difficult curling effort from County skipper Matt Rose.
Looked possible winner when departing last time and has schooled capably in preparation for return.
That sense of urgency was augmented by the musical tempo and the almost impossible quickness of some of the steps--the fast-paced "Hornpipe" danced so capably by soloist Kimberly Davey, for example, or a scherzo danced by Alexandra Dickson and Melanie Skinner with a generosity of spirit that belied the space in which they danced.