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able to perform well; having a proven capacity
accomplished, artful, au fait, brilliant, clever, effective, effectual, efficient, equal to, experienced, expert, gifted, ingenious, keen, learned, masterful, masterly, practiced, prepared, proficient, qualified, responsible, savvy, sharp, skilled, skillful, talented, there, trained, know backwards and forwards, know one's onions, up to it, up to snuff, up to speed, with it.
capable of performing; having an innate capacity
adept, adequate, adroit, agile, alert, apt, bright, capable, competent, cunning, deft, dexterous, easy, effortless, endowed, equipped, facile, good, intelligent, knowing, powerful, ready, smart, strong, worthy, Fitted.
well-laid, Slighty, well-planned.
forcible, potent, virtuous, most telling, playing hardball, powerhouse, having lead in pencil.
independent, on the loose, freest, free-wheeling, at liberty, freewheeling, off the hook, on one's own, unengaged, unhampered, unrestricted, untrammeled, at large, free spirited, free-spirited, on own.
more intelligent, all there.
all-powerful, wieldy, Strengthy, pre-eminent, in control, in the saddle.
ready, in order, up on, Gaffed, prepped, sewed up, psyched up, in readiness, all set, all systems go, of a mind, psyched-up, set-up, sewed-up.
good, primed, teachable.
accomplished, adept, adroit, agile, ambidextrous, apt, artful, capable, clever, competent, crafty, cunning, deft, dexterous, efficient, expert, facile, genius, handy, masterful, nimble, professional, proficient, skilled, skillful, talented, versatile, Sure-footed, crack.
well-made, heavy-duty, well-built, hard as nails, in fine feather.
able-bodied, capable, competent, fit, healthy.
Examples of usage:
– Long Ago, Far Away by William Fitzgerald Jenkins AKA Murray Leinster
– The Children of the World by Paul Heyse
– The Garden Of Allah by Robert Hichens
– Penny Nichols and the Knob Hill Mystery by Joan Clark
– The Daughters of a Genius by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey