capacity (n.) Old form(s): capacitie
intelligence, understanding, capability
LLL IV.ii.45[Holofernes to Dull] God comfort thy capacity
MND V.i.105[Theseus to Hippolyta] tongue-tied simplicity / In least speak most, to my capacity [i.e. if I am not mistaken]
TN II.v.115[Malvolio to himself, of the meaning of the letter] this is evident to any formal capacity
TNK III.v.8[Schoolmaster to all] You most coarse frieze capacities [i.e. people of limited intelligence]
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