Antonyms of adj incapable

4 senses of incapable

Sense 1
incapable (vs. capable) -- ((followed by `of') lacking capacity or ability; "incapable of carrying a tune"; "he is incapable of understanding the matter"; "incapable of doing the work")

capable (vs. incapable) -- ((usually followed by `of') having capacity or ability; "capable of winning"; "capable of hard work"; "capable of walking on two feet")
        => able -- (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")
        => confident, surefooted, sure-footed -- (not liable to error in judgment or action; "most surefooted of the statesmen who dealt with the depression"- Walter Lippman; "demonstrates a surefooted storytelling talent"- Michiko Kakutani)
        => resourceful -- (having inner resources; adroit or imaginative; "someone who is resourceful is capable of dealing with difficult situations"; "an able and resourceful politician"; "the most resourceful cook in town")

Sense 2
incapable (predicate) -- (not being susceptible to or admitting of something (usually followed by `of'); "incapable of solution")

INDIRECT (VIA unsusceptible) -> susceptible -- ((often followed by `of' or `to') yielding readily to or capable of; "susceptible to colds"; "susceptible of proof")

Sense 3
incapable (vs. capable) -- ((followed by `of') not having the temperament or inclination for; "simply incapable of lying")

capable (vs. incapable) -- ((followed by `of') having the temperament or inclination for; "no one believed her capable of murder")

Sense 4
incapable, incompetent, unequal to (predicate) -- (not meeting requirements; "unequal to the demands put upon him")

INDIRECT (VIA inadequate) -> adequate, equal -- (having the requisite qualities or resources to meet a task; "she had adequate training"; "her training was adequate"; "she was adequate to the job"; "he was equal to the task")

Similarity of adj incapable

4 senses of incapable

Sense 1
incapable (vs. capable) -- ((followed by `of') lacking capacity or ability; "incapable of carrying a tune"; "he is incapable of understanding the matter"; "incapable of doing the work")
       => unable (predicate) -- ((usually followed by `to') lacking necessary physical or mental ability; "dyslexics are unable to learn to read adequately"; "the sun was unable to melt enough snow")
          Also See-> incompetent#2

Sense 2
incapable (predicate) -- (not being susceptible to or admitting of something (usually followed by `of'); "incapable of solution")
       => unsusceptible (vs. susceptible), insusceptible -- (not susceptible to)

Sense 3
incapable (vs. capable) -- ((followed by `of') not having the temperament or inclination for; "simply incapable of lying")

Sense 4
incapable, incompetent, unequal to (predicate) -- (not meeting requirements; "unequal to the demands put upon him")
       => inadequate (vs. adequate), unequal -- (lacking the requisite qualities or resources to meet a task; "inadequate training"; "the staff was inadequate"; "she was unequal to the task")

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