capably capably


  • (adv) with competence; in a competent capable manner



  1. For all the talk of the Internet's threat to authoritarian regimes, China's Communist Party has capably rebuffed the Web's challenge to its rule.
  2. He can as capably bathe a scene in heavenly light as in HIV-tainted blood.
  3. Whether he can capably channel more of that guy-next-door-persona tonight could well determine his fate in Pennsylvania, and possibly in the fall.


  1. Photos: Dawes @ 9:30 Club

    Playing a sold-out show at the 9:30 Club could terrify a young band. But last night, Dawes proved that it's got an old enough soul to capably handle the task.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Washington City Paper

  2. The mighty Two Gallants surprisingly offer something for everyone at the Social

    Vocalist Adam Stephens capably transitions between introverted ballads and dramatic metal flares, communicating his romantic, albeit death-obsessed, themes and painting pictures of girls with “graveyard hips” and kissing a mouth with “decaying teeth.”
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Orlando Weekly


  1. "We didn't play as capably as I thought we could," Michigan coach Tommy Amaker said. "I think we were a little nervous. Our older guys were trying to make things happen, and I felt we were pressing a little bit. The main thing is, you have to...
    on Dec 23, 2006 By: Tommy Amaker Source: ESPN

  2. "New Yorkers know first hand how effective Hillary is as a leader, which is why her support runs deep in this state," Spitzer said Tuesday. "As senator she has capably represented New Yorkers and together with countless other supporters I...
    on May 8, 2007 By: Eliot Spitzer Source: Washington Post

  3. "He performed capably for us in the recent summer league, and we feel he can potentially add depth to our backcourt," Nets president Rod Thorn said.
    on Aug 16, 2007 By: Rod Thorn Source:

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