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Distribution of usage frequency for the most common synonyms of the noun capableness:

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Definition of the noun capableness

What does capableness mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: capablenesses

  1. an aptitude that may be developed
  2. the quality of being capable -- physically or intellectually or legally

Alternative definition of the noun capableness

noun

  1. The state or quality of being capable.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for capableness

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Google previewA Dictionary of English Synonymes and Synonymous Or Parallel Expressions Designed as a Practical Guide to Aptness and Variety of Phraseology (1891)

by Richard Soule

Capability, capableness, faculty, gift, parts, genius, endowment, calibre, forte, turn . Sea CAPACITY. Abject, a. Base, vile, mean, low, despicable, contemptible, beggarly, paltry, dirty, squalid, grovelling, pitiful, ignoble, degraded, worthless, ...

Google previewThe Rhyming Dictionary of the English Language (1902)

In which the Whole Language is Arranged According to Its Terminations : with a Copious Introduction to the Various Uses of the Work, and an Index of Allowable Rhymes, with Authorities for Their Usage from Our Best Poets by John Walker

Jm-prov'a-bk-ness Capableness of being made better, s. Al-lou/o-bk-nets Lawfulness, ...

Google previewA rhyming dictionary ... Fourth edition, improved (1824)

by John WALKER (the Philologist.)

Im-prova-ble-ness Capableness ...

Google previewThe new universal English dictionary. Buchanan (1760)

by Nathan Bailey

capableness of being violated. JNVISTBLNEESS 7 (invisiUlii, L.)m- INVISIBIL'ITY 5 visible quality, un- capableness of being seen. INVI'TATORY Vtrjt (in the Roman Ca- tbeluk service) a verse ...

Google previewThe 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

_ RECEPTIBIL'ITY, capableness of being received, or os receiving. RECEP'TION (with Pbilas.) the same as passion. _ RECEPT10N (With fish-01.) a sort of accidental dignity or fortitude happening ...

Google previewThe universal etymological English dictionary (1731)

by Nathan Bailey

ttst »lia U scraped or pullod off any DESTSUCTIBI'LITY, a capableness of MSTHU'CTIVBNESS, destroying na- DESU'DATORY {de sudatorium, L. J £ to-h-ase or bagnto. OESOETE [dtsuetus, L] out of use.

Google previewThe New Universal Etymological English Dictionary ... The Sixth Edition. Corrected and Much Improved, Etc (1776)

by Nathan BAILEY

RE REFLEX'IBLENESS, capableness os being reflected, or that property of the rays of light, whereby they are disposed to be reflected. REFORM', a re- esiablishment or revi'al of aformer neglected discipline; also a correction of reigning ...

Google previewSchirmer's Complete Rhyming Dictionary (2010)

by Paul Zollo

campus cancerous candidness cankerous canniness cantankerous cantankerousness canvas canvass capableness capacious capaciousness capricious capriciousness captious captress Caracas carbonless carcass carcinosis carefulness ...

Google previewThe New Universal Etymological English Dictionary (1775)

Containing and Additional Collection of Words, with Their Explications and Etymologies ... Also an Explication of Hard and Technical Words, of Terms, in All Arts and Sciences ... To which is Added a Dictionary of Cant Words by Nathan Bailey

newness, *Receptibility, capableness of being received, or of receiving. . . . REception (with Philos.) the same as passion. - RECEPTION (with Astrol.) ...

Google previewDictionarium Britannicum: Or a More Compleat Universal Etymological English Dictionary Than Any Extant ... (1730)

by Nathaniel Bailey

Capableness. of being praćtifed, done or effećted. PRA'crıcAl 7 [prasticus, L. of ręæxrixòe, Gr.] of, or PRA"crick 5 pertaining to Praćtice. Prac'rıcals Ess [of prastique, F. and nef] Prasticablenefs. PR Act Ick, the prastical Part of any Art or Science.

Google previewA new universal etymological English dictionary ... Originally compiled by N. Bailey. Assisted in the mathematical part by G. Gordon; in the botanical by P. Miller; and in the etymological, &c. by T. Lediard ... And now re-published with many corrections ... by different hands. The etymology of all terms ... being revised and corrected by Joseph Nicol Scott ... A new edition (1775)

by Nathan BAILEY

newnesr, viincep'rimui'rv, capableness of being ' cl, or of receiving. _ " YECCEP'TION (with Philos) the same as 'a . cidental dignity-or fortitude ...

Google previewA Rhyming, Spelling, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language in which (1852)

I. The Whole Language is Arranged According to Its Terminations. II. Every Word is Explained and Divided Into Syllables Exactly as Pronounced ... to which ... is Added an Index of Allowable Rhymes, with Authorities for Their Usage from Our Best Poets by John Walker

Im-prova-ble-ness Capableness ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1775)

Answering at Once the Purposes of Rhyming, Spelling, and Pronouncing. On a Plan Not Hitherto Attempted ... To which is Prefixed a Copious Introduction to the Various Uses of the Work ... and for the Purposes of Poetry is Added an Index of Allowable Rhymes by John Walker

Capableness of being misde better, so Lawfulness, s.

Google previewA New Universal, Technological, Etymological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1854)

by John Craig

CAPABLENESS— CAPIAS. CANVAS-CLIMBER, kan'vas-kli-mnr, ». One who iiMViiils the rigging of a ship to urange or shift the sails. A sea That almost bunt the deck, and fromtlio Udder-tackle Walh'd off a amtal-cUmbcr.— SlvJa. CANVASS ...

Google previewA new universal etymological technological, and pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1848)

by John Craig (F.G.S.)

CAPABLENESS— CAPIAS. Canvas-climber, kan'vas-kli-mur, ». One who ascends the rigging of a ship to arrange or shift the "□ A sea That almost burst the deck, and from the ladder-tackle Waah'd off a oanvat-dimber.—Shaks. Canvass ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1847)

Embracing All the Terms Used in Art, Science and Literature by John Craig (F.G.S. of Glasgow.)

CAPABLENESS—CAPIAS. CANvAs-cLIMBER, kan'vas-kli-mur, s. One who ascends the rigging of a ship to arrange or shift the sails. A sea That almost burst the deck, and from the ladder-tackle Wash'd off a canvas-climber.—Shaks. CANvAss ...

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Scrabble value of C3A1P3A1B3L1E1N1E1S1S1

The value of this 11-letter word is 17 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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