Antonyms for capable:
Synonyms for capable:
manipulative, high-class, born, veteran, consummate, better, professionally, practical, street smart, specialized, handily, inclined, practiced, bionic, finely, trained, accurate, extraordinaire, streetwise, armed, inspirational, experienced, transliterate, professional, sweetly, crackerjack.
Other synonyms and related words:
armed, undetermined, open, good, hot, born, better, adequate, bionic, veteran, judicious, adapted, inspirational, equal, loose, responsible, surefooted, experienced, adequate to, high-class, up to, all-around, consummate, subject, crackerjack, suitable, ingenious, practiced, nimble-fingered, susceptible, sufficient, professional, manipulative, open to, unresolved, opened, extraordinaire, technical, candid, unfastened, overt, street smart, able-bodied, subject to, trained, fit, effective, resourceful, satisfactory, ace, quick-witted, qualified, able, skilful, streetwise, fitting, commensurate, strong, confident, assailable, undefendable, equal to, clear, happy.
able to perform (adjective)
brainy, erudite, genius, Comprehending, worldly, bright, perspicacious, sharp, smart, sophisticated, canny, wise, clever, brilliant, knowledgeable, encyclopedic, knowing, astute, gifted, profound, sagacious, intelligent, cogent, intellectual.
efficient, agile, genius, nimble, crafty, skilled, clever, adept, able, dexterous, accomplished, facile, Sure-footed, expert, versatile, artful, masterful, talented, competent, ambidextrous, apt, adroit, proficient, skillful, deft, handy, cunning.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Usage examples for capable:
- It is our duty to make every effort of which we ourselves are capable; but this is only half our duty. - "A Knight Of The Nineteenth Century", E. P. Roe.
- I loved her as well as I was capable of loving anybody. - "Daybreak: A Romance of an Old World", James Cowan.
- I should think you would see that Althea would not marry you if she thought that you were capable of talking her over with me. - "Franklin Kane", Anne Douglas Sedgwick.