comprehension

[ kom-pri-hen-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF comprehension

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPREHENSION

I cannot perceive that our own comprehension of it is at all essential to the matter.

The young man had no comprehension of the fact that he was only a pawn in the game.

What he had done to deserve it was beyond his comprehension.

Then suddenly a light seemed to break upon his comprehension.

"Good-night," he said, with an insolence far too fine for the butcher's comprehension.

I shook my head in mute admission of my lack of comprehension.

It was a song not above their comprehension and their feeling.

Some mystery, something invisible and beyond their comprehension had struck them.

The trend of the current of your life is beyond your grasp, beyond your comprehension.

How people can dwell in such places passes my comprehension.

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