Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- She capably argues the injustices of the medieval class system.
- It's a short set, accompanied capably by a violinist.
- It has provided an anamorphic transfer that capably preserves the colors.
- The author capably describes the conflicts as they developed.
- They provide a wealth of data, capably organized and interpreted.
- He served capably under Colonel Stark, invaded Canada alongside Arnold, and participated bravely at the Battle of Saratoga.
- Altogether, these factors merge to create an unsafe load for nurses to manage capably.
- Between 1853 and 1857 he served, very capably, as secretary of war under Franklin Pierce.
- A federal bureaucracy will never capably mobilize and manage the information and resources necessary to incorporate and inspire tens of millions of citizens.
- Like many, he believed the indigenous peoples were too backward to capably govern themselves.