Let us retrace, but in such a form as to be apprehensible by all readers.
Indeed in some cases the sense of the passage is not apprehensible.
Inapprehensible, in-ap-pre-hen′si-bl, adj. not apprehensible or intelligible.
Discoverable only by reason, natural laws are immutable and universal, apprehensible by all men.
Any time consists of parts which are themselves times, and ...