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Definition of the adjective Able-Minded
What does Able-Minded mean as an attribute of a noun?
- Having unimpaired, normal or better mental powers.
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Law Dictionary (1986)
Fachwoerterbuch der anglo-amerikanischen Rechtssprache einschliesslich wirtschaftlicher und politischer Begriffe by Dora von Beseler, Barbara Jacobs-Wüstefeld
sein zu able-bodied arbeitsfähig, tauglich; mil dienst-, wehrfähig, tauglich able-minded geistig (leistungs-)fähig abnegate vt (ab-)leugnen; [Recht] aufgeben, [Amt] verzichten auf; verleugnen; sich versagen; ...
Persian-English Dictionary (1993)
by S. Haim
Vfv Able-minded. JLTb P. A. Accomplished ; educated.
An Exhaustive Dictionary of the English Language : Practical and Comprehensive : Giving the Fullest Definition (encyclopedic in Detail), the Origin, Pronunciation and Use of Words by Robert Hunter, Edward Thomas Roe, Le Roy Hooker, Thomas W. Handford
able-minded, a. Talented, clever, possessed of II. The state of being abjured. abdication of mastership; if it be the offence of a stran- intellect. fâte, fåt, fåre, amidst, whât, fäll, father; wé, wét, hêre, camel, hêr, there; pine, pit, sire, sir, marine ; gö, ...
The Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1896)
A New, Original and Exhaustive Work of Reference to All English Words, Their Origin, Development, Orthography, Pronunciation, Meaning and Legitimate Or Customary Use ... by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris
able-minded, a. Talented, clever, possessed of intellect . tä'—ble, v.t. [From the adjective.] 1. To enable, to make fit for, to adapt, to suit. 2.
A New and Original Work Presenting for Convenient Reference the Orthography, Pronuciation, Meaning, Use, Origin and Development of Every Word in the English Language... by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris
able-minded, a. Talented, clever, possessed of intellect. li'-ble, at. [From the adjective] 1. To enable, to make lit for, to adapt, to suit. 2. To warrant or answer for, to undertake for any one. " None does offend, none.
by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris
able-minded, a. Talented, clever, possessed of intellect. HT-blo, at. [From the adicctive] 1. To enable, to make fit for, to adapt, ...
A New and Original Work of Refrence to the Words in the English Language
able-minded, a. Talented, clever, possessed of intellect T ä'-ble, v.t. [From the adjective.] 1. To enable, to make fit for, to adapt, to suit. 2.
The Encyclopædic Dictionary (1879)
A New and Original Work of Reference to All the Words in the English Language, with a Full Account of Their Origin, Meaning, Pronunciation, and Use by Robert Hunter
able-minded, a. Talented, clever, possessed of intellect . t a'-ble, v.t. [From the adjective.] 1. To enable, to make fit for, to adapt, to suit. 2.
a new and exhaustive work of reference to the English language, defining over 250,000 words, with a full account of their origin, pronunciation and use. Comprising a general encyclopaedia of art, science, invention and discovery; a gazetteer and atlas of the world; a compendious dictionary of universal biography, etc by Robert Hunter
able-minded. ger, It involve« in it ablation of mastership, which, in aa far aa the mastership is a beneficial thing, Is wrongful." — Jeremy Bentham. 2. Med.: The carrying away from the body of anything hurtful to health. 3. Chem.: The act of ...
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