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  • adj. comparative form of capable: more capable


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  • Speaking of the ill luck of starting a piece of literary work wrong-and again and again; always aware that there is a way, if you could only think it out, which would make the thing slide effortless from the pen -- the one right way, the sole form for you, the other forms being for men whose line those forms are, or who are capabler than yourself: I've had no end of experience in that (and maybe I am the only one -- let us hope so.)

    Mark Twain's Letters — Volume 4 (1886-1900)


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