As used In a statute relating to service in the militia, this term does not imply an absolute freedom from all physical ailment. It imports an absence of those palpable and visible defects which evidently incapacitate the person from performing the ordinary duties of a soldier. Darling v. Bowen, 10 Vt 152.
Law Dictionary – Alternative Legal Definition
Having ability or capable to perform a specified task (even if it may not be perfect, merely having the ability.)