comprehensibility

[ kom-pri-hen-suh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF comprehensibility

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPREHENSIBILITY

Kant's disquisition went deeper into the question, but that of Mendelssohn had the advantage of clearness and comprehensibility.

Religion finds a higher sphere of comprehensibility in the action of supernatural power.

No logician of the present day teaches that comprehensibility is a test of truth.

First however I will present the examples from the poets according to their comprehensibility and their transparency.

The Table of Chapters has been moved to the beginning of the text for reasons of clarity and comprehensibility.

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