capable of Old form(s): capeable
open to, subject to, susceptible to
2H4 I.i.172[Morton to Northumberland, of Percy] You were advised his flesh was capable / Of wounds and scars
H8 V.iii.11[Lord Chancellor to Cranmer] we all are men / In our own natures frail, and capable / Of our flesh
KJ III.i.12[Constance to Salisbury] I am sick and capable of fears
Tem I.ii.353[Miranda to Caliban] Abhorred slave ... / Being capable of all ill
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