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  • verbunderstand
  • verbinclude

synonyms for comprehending

  • appreciate
  • assimilate
  • discern
  • envision
  • fathom
  • grasp
  • apprehend
  • catch
  • click
  • cognize
  • conceive
  • dig
  • envisage
  • get
  • have
  • know
  • perceive
  • read
  • savvy
  • see
  • tumble
  • capiche
  • get the picture
  • gotcha
  • make out
  • take in
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antonyms for comprehending

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  • disregard
  • misunderstand
  • neglect
  • overlook
  • lose
  • misinterpret
  • miss
  • exclude
  • mistake
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How to use comprehending in a sentence

Without comprehending the cause, their children detect the electricity in the air of their troubled home.
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The child notes a definite plan in the arrangement of the books, a mysterious order, which it does not comprehend, but only dimly suspects.
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Likewise, historians have assumed that only a select few scientists and mathematicians were able to comprehend the highly technical book, which introduced game-changing physics concepts such as the universal law of gravitation.
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Now I can fully comprehend the power that the president and people in congressional positions have over the citizens of the United States.
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A great many people imagine that if we understand physics well enough, we will eventually comprehend what life is as a physical phenomenon in the same way we now understand how and why water freezes or boils.
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How it works beyond that is a little bit more confusing to comprehend.
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Furthermore, Get Polarized conducted recent surveys on various social media platforms to comprehend users’ preferences when it comes to the dark mode or dark theme user interfaces.
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Of course, he couldn't think of telling Mrs. Pontellier all about it, she being a woman and not comprehending such things.
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Arnold looked at her for a single comprehending instant, a pitying instant, then his lips compressed tightly as he turned away.
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Resistance to it was almost universal, comprehending both Catholics and Protestants.
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WORDS RELATED TO COMPREHENDING

  • affectionate
  • altruistic
  • amicable
  • benevolent
  • charitable
  • compassionate
  • comprehending
  • comradely
  • cordial
  • disinterested
  • forgiving
  • fraternal
  • generous
  • humane
  • intimate
  • kindly
  • neighborly
  • personal
  • philanthropic
  • selfless
  • solicitous
  • sympathetic
  • tender
  • understanding
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