Able [adjective]

Definition of Able:

capable of performing; having an innate capacity

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Sentence/Example of Able:

That’s something this president has never been able to understand about the strength of the nation … One way to pull the strength of the nation together in a moment of crisis is to remind people we’re all in it together.

“This creates a substantial possibility that many voters will be disenfranchised and the states may not be able to effectively, timely, accurately determine election outcomes,” he said.

What I eat is less important than being able to keep eating, because what I’m after is food that lets me fidget — food that asks for a little effort, but not enough to require all my focus.

As of now, over 198 million Americans who are eligible to vote would be able to cast a ballot by mail.

He has been able to weather the closure and the reduction in business, but said he blew through savings.

This access promotes an even more informed citizenry, particularly when thousands or tens of thousands of people can listen to a live argument, compared to the 50 to 100 members of the public who are able to attend an argument in person.

After all, if he is able to mobilize people who don’t vote very often, those voters probably won’t be included in polling because they might be less likely to be included in filtering for likely voters.

Without testing, the scope of the pandemic would be unclear and hospitals and doctors would not be able to prepare.

There's a lot to be said for electing someone who is going to be able to hold the institution together from both sides, and make progress.

It is followed by forty-four pages of argument and illustration relating exclusively to the able-bodied wage-earner.