comprehending

[ kom-pri-hend ]SEE DEFINITION OF comprehending

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPREHENDING

"Give Mrs. Bowlder my regards," said the journalist, comprehending the symbolism.

"No, it mightn't," her mother replied, comprehending easily.

Surprised, not yet comprehending, he looked at the object which she held toward him.

Did you ever set yourself to comprehending why Marie Stuart married Bothwell?

"My name's Jenny West," she said, comprehending the request.

A very large percentage, comprehending 2,309 do not attend church at all.

It seemed to her she had never seen eyes so clear, so blue, so comprehending.

She could not speak for a little, and he stood beside her in a comprehending silence.

Comprehending what was wanted he struggled to his feet and reached for them.

At this moment, Will Halley, comprehending the danger, lost his head.

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