wherewithal


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Synonyms for wherewithal

the ability and the means to meet situations effectively

all things, such as money, property, or goods, having economic value

Words related to wherewithal

the necessary means (especially financial means)

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He also had the wherewithal to collect his belongings from the floor.
The only purpose for Technological Wherewithal is to generate Affordable Choices.
Considering these differences, prudent owners should take measures to assure that the construction manager offering Subguard can adequately manage the additional obligations inherent in such a program, and has the financial wherewithal to make the program effective.
This shows that male wasps have the wherewithal to do a job.
Insurers knowingly accept risk with the intent of diversifying the loss, and in order to maintain their ratings, they must demonstrate their financial wherewithal to absorb the potential loss.
An ordinary man must find the courage and the wherewithal to confront extraordinary menaces; through fiction, the author provides a cautionary tale of where human cloning advances and research could lead if scientific experiments are not tempered by moral caution.
It was the contemporaneous development of the arch and discovery of pozzolana mortar, with a new need for large gathering spaces for social institutions, and the availability of wealth from conquests and taxation which provided the wherewithal for buildings that met a compelling 'desire to match the architectural accomplishments of conquered territories in the Hellenistic Greek world'.
And with personal relationships with major industry players such as Viacom Chairman Sumner Redstone, Johnson has the political clout and financial wherewithal to pursue the big deal, win or lose.
That's because for the first time in coach Karl Dorrell's three-year career, UCLA has the wherewithal to take advantage of defenses geared to stop the run.
Growth, and increasing wealth through these methods, leads to improved environmental quality by raising demands for it and by providing the wherewithal to meet these demands.
Treaty has six principles for double-digit grow(h: Spread the risk (have multiple initiatives going at all times); Take small bites (lots of small growth areas leads to an overall big growth); Balance your strategy (think and, not or); Commit to superior value ("Nothing stops growth Faster than an inferior value proposition"); Expand growth capabilities (make sure there is the organizational wherewithal to grow); Manage for growth (everyone should be focused on it).
Good ideas can be transforming, but how many executives have the time and the wherewithal to pursue them when they are straining to keep up with everyday demands?
Access IT is providing leadership, visibility, and the practical wherewithal to help the educational community address the need for accessibility to this information for all people, irrespective of their visual prowess.
How can assisted living be made more affordable for people whose income falls somewhere between eligibility for government assistance and the wherewithal for private pay?
For example, numerous deaths could have been avoided during the Internet implosion if doctors had simply had the wherewithal to monitor investors heartbeats when they were preparing to purchase hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of dot-coin stocks.