apprehend[ ap-ri-hend ]SEE DEFINITION OF apprehend
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPREHEND
And well might they apprehend so:—For who do you think he is?
Nor let any one apprehend that this subject can ever become trite and vulgar.
"Much the same, I apprehend, as to the rich," answered M'Leod.
Manifest no distrust, or you may invite the danger you appear to apprehend.
If it be for what I apprehend it to be, life will not be supportable upon the terms.
I was commissioned by the king to apprehend the Earl of Huntingdon.
All that I apprehend, may exist merely in my own distempered imagination.
It cannot, cannot be, that I should have cause to apprehend him to be so ungenerous, so bad a man.
But pray, Sir, interrupting him, how came you to apprehend that I should revoke my intention?
Afterwards his master sought to apprehend him and send him off to Jamaica, for sale.