The Word is:”able”

able

ˈeɪb(ə)l/
adjective

adjective: able; comparative adjective: abler; superlative adjective: ablest
1.having the power, skill, means, or opportunity to do something.

“he was able to read Greek at the age of eight”

synonyms: allowed to, free to, in a position to; More

2.having considerable skill, proficiency, or intelligence.

“the dancers were technically very able”

synonyms: intelligent, clever, brilliant, talented, skilful, skilled, accomplished, gifted, masterly, virtuoso, expert; More
antonyms: incompetent, incapable, inept

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Practice videos

As a Presbyterian, my father believed that man, by nature, was a damn mess and that only by picking up God’s rhythms were we able to regain power and beauty.

In 1917 World War I came to Missoula… taking with it every able-bodied lumberjack…

  

You see, there’s a lot of children…… who are scared that if they leave their first home… …their parents would never be able to find them.

Well, all my money’s on the fact your folks won’t be

able to find you.