Definition of Capabler

1. Adjective. (nonstandard) (comparative of capable) ¹



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Definition of Capabler

1. capable [adj] - See also: capable

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Capabler

cap over the windmill
cap product
cap products
cap refill
cap screw
cap screws
cap sheet
cap splint
cap stage
capa
capabilities
capability
capable
capableness
capablenesses
capabler (current term)
capablest
capably
capacified
capacifies
capacify
capacifying
capacious
capaciously
capaciousness
capaciousnesses
capacitance
capacitance flicker
capacitance unit
capacitances

Literary usage of Capabler

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1. The Bookman (1900)
"Questions of the Inner Ego by some stylish woman writ; Analytic introspection of capacities is It. Morbider than Henry James's, capabler than Meredith's, ..."

2. The Harleian Miscellany; Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and by William Oldys, John Malham (1809)
"... arming forth, though it be but a catch or pink no capabler than a rundlet or washing-bowl, to imp the wing? of hi convoy. ..."

3. The Private Correspondence of Daniel Webster by Daniel Webster, Fletcher Webster, Edwin David Sanborn (1875)
"Besides, few have judgment to know of what a subject is capabler and expect to see the same power displayed, whether an oak is to be uprooted, ..."

4. Autumn (1921)
"Mrs. Wicket's a capable woman in things like that. capabler than Miss Beal. There was no one else ever made me so comfortable. I have to say that about her; ..."

5. The Law's Disposal of a Person's Estate who Dies Without Will Or Testament by Peter Lovelass, Niel Gow (1823)
"... he is not capable of inheriting; yet if he hath human shape, though deformed in body, he is capabler. The time when the issue was born is immaterial, ..."

6. Highways and Byways in East Anglia by William Alfred Dutt (1901)
"... and not the least nook or crevice of them but is parturient of the like super-officiousness, arming forth, though it be but a catch or pink, no capabler ..."

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