comprehensible[ kom-pri-hen-suh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF comprehensible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPREHENSIBLE
Surely it is only the “baby-talk” of the wisdom not yet comprehensible to human hearts!
That order of feeling was comprehensible enough to the most inimical of my critics.
This book is written in terms that are comprehensible to the layman.
To even such genuine modesty as Jim-Ed's this was comprehensible.
All these feelings on the part of the assimilation Jews are comprehensible.
All this is comprehensible and flows from Hamlet's character and position.
Absolute continuity of motion is not comprehensible to the human mind.
I do try to understand, and all that is said in the Sermon on the Mount is plain and comprehensible.
But Matilda will say I cannot write a comprehensible letter, so I will begin regularly.
There is one solitary idea, and only one, not comprehensible by the American mind.