capable of 1
appreciative of, able to take in
AW I.i.94 [Helena alone, of Bertram] [my heart is] too capable / Of every line and trick of his sweet favour
Ham III.ii.11 [Hamlet to Players] groundlings, who ... are capable of nothing but inexplicable dumb shows
KJ II.i.476 [Queen Eleanor to King John, of France and an alliance] Urge them while their souls / Are capable of this ambition
WT IV.iv.760 [Autolycus to Shepherd, of Polixenes] if thou be'st capable of things serious, thou must know the King is full of grief [also: sense 1]