Definition of Capableness

1. Noun. An aptitude that may be developed.

Exact synonyms: Capability, Potentiality
Generic synonyms: Aptitude
Specialized synonyms: Perfectibility, Compass, Grasp, Range, Reach, Imperfectibility
Attributes: Capable, Incapable
Derivative terms: Capable, Capable
Antonyms: Incapability



2. Noun. The quality of being capable -- physically or intellectually or legally. "He worked to the limits of his capability"

Definition of Capableness

1. n. The quality or state of being capable; capability; adequateness; competency.

Definition of Capableness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being capable. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Capableness

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Literary usage of Capableness

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1. The Works of President Edwards by Jonathan Edwards, David Brainerd (1830)
"For the disposer must first consider the capableness and aptness of such means for such an end, before he determines them to such an end. ..."

2. The Works of President Edwards: With Valuable Additions and a Copious by Jonathan Edwards (1879)
"When one thing decreed is the ground on which the disposer goes, in seeking such an end by another thing decreed, as being the foundation of the capableness ..."

3. The Works of President Edwards in Four Volumes: A Reprint of the Worcester by Jonathan Edwards (1858)
"For the disposer must first consider the capableness and aptness of such means for such an end, before he determines them to such an end. ..."

4. The Works of President Edwards in Four Volumes: A Reprint of the Worcester by Jonathan Edwards (1844)
"When one thing decreed is the ground on which the disposer goes, in seeking such an end by another thing decreed, as being the foundation of the capableness ..."

5. The Rhyming Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Whole Language by John Walker (1902)
"... perspicuity, In-cor'ri-gi-ble-ness Hopeless depravity, s. Addi-ble-nets capableness of being heard, s. Eli-gi-ble-ness Worthiness to be chosen, s. [p. ..."

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