Ablest: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Synonyms Antonyms Attributes
able 70 (usually followed by `to’) having the necessary means or skill or know-how or authority to do something able to swim, she was able to program her computer, we were at last able to buy a car, able to get a grant for the project Adjective No Data unable ability, ability
able 7 Have the skills and qualifications to do things well able teachers, a capable administrator, children as young as 14 can be extremely capable and dependable Adjective competent No Data No Data
able 4 Having inherent physical or mental ability or capacity able to learn, human beings are able to walk on two feet, Superman is able to leap tall buildings Adjective capable No Data No Data
capable 1 Have the skills and qualifications to do things well able teachers, a capable administrator, children as young as 14 can be extremely capable and dependable Adjective competent No Data No Data
able 0 Having a strong healthy body an able seaman, every able-bodied young man served in the army Adjective fit No Data No Data
able-bodied 0 Having a strong healthy body an able seaman, every able-bodied young man served in the army Adjective fit No Data No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Ablest" have?

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The word "Ablest" has 6 meanings. The most frequent meaning is able.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Ablest"?

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The word "Ablest" has no hyponyms.

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Is the word "Ablest" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Ablest" has a maximum frequency of 70.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Ablest"?

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The word "Ablest" has 3 synonyms which are: competent, capable, fit.

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