incomprehension

[ in-kom-pri-hen-shuh n, in-kom- ]SEE DEFINITION OF incomprehension

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCOMPREHENSION

She started: I recall that her eyes were round and troubled with incomprehension.

The man's face wore a sudden crafty look of incomprehension.

He goes on where we are balked by the obstacles of incomprehension.

All the rest is only numbed pain and incomprehension,—weeks and months.

It did not occur to him to go on acting, to pretend astonishment or incomprehension.

Then, shrugging his shoulders with incomprehension, fearlessly he sought to forget about it.

It was a subject too terrible, from which her mind retreated with awe and incomprehension.

Dicky was all incomprehension; but something made him feel a little sick.

Neil stood as though appalled by his companion's incomprehension.

This she did not comprehend, attributing her incomprehension to his incoherence.

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