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Definition of the noun Ableness
What does Ableness mean as a name of something?
- [obsolete, rare, uncountable] Ability of body or mind; power; force; vigor.
- [countable] The result or product of being able.
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Power: A Reader (2002)
by Mark Haugaard
Morriss' 'ableness' (ableness is a form of power) was not at the expense of ...
Catholic progress (1874)
But change- ableness is an imperfection, which obviously we must remove from any image of God which we conceive to be in God ; such an image in God must be perfectly and entirely unchangeable. No one who believes that there is a God ...
Rethinking Criminal Law (2000)
by George P. Fletcher
ableness means being “free from fault") or a rule of evidence (the mistake will be considered only if supported by reasonable grounds).” This interweaving of substance and evidence yields an easy apology for shifting the burden of persuasion ...
Encyclopedia of Power (2011)
by Keith Dowding
See also Ableness; Exercise Fallacy; Morriss, Peter; Power To and Power Over Further Readings Morriss, P. (2002).
The term ableness was introduced into the literature by Peter Morriss to describe a refinement in the ability account of ...
The New Universal English Dictionary ... To which is added, a dictionary of cant words ... The fourth edition, carefully corrected by Mr. Buchanan, etc (1760)
by Nathan BAILEY
DISAGREE'ABLENESS,disazreeablequality. DISALLOW'ABLENESS , the not being ...
Based on the Publications of the United States Bureau of Education and the Rules of the American Philolgical Association and the Simplified Spelling Board by Frank H. Vizetelly
Unattain- ableness. un"at- talnd'p*8, o. Unattained. un"at-tem'perdp*8, a. Unattem- pered. un"at-tempt'a-blp, ...
Unaccept′ableness. Unaccommodated, unakom′ōdāted,adj.not accommodated, unfurnished withaccommodation.—adj.Unaccomm′odating, not compliant.
by Nathan Bailey
1KSOC ABLENESS (insociabilit, L.) un- fitstss for society, ...
by Thomas J. Bowen
by John Henry Blunt
Regarding this question, Hooker distinguishes between the aptness and ableness of the will : the aptness, freely to take or refuse things set before it, which is so essential to the will, that being deprived of this, it loses the nature and cannot ...
Encyclopaedia perthensis, or, Universal dictionary of the arts, sciences, literature, etc. : intended to supersede the use of other books of reference (1816)
Having strong faculties, or great * ABLENESS. n.s. [from able.] Ability in bo- ftrength or knowledge, riches, or any other power dy or mind, vigour, force. — That nation doth so of n.ind, body, ...
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Scrabble value of A1B3L1E1N1E1S1S1
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