Definition of Apprehensible

1. Adjective. Capable of being apprehended or understood.




Definition of Apprehensible

1. a. Capable of being apprehended or conceived.

Definition of Apprehensible

1. Adjective. which can be apprehended (usually in the sense of being understood) ¹

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Definition of Apprehensible

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Apprehensible

appreciative
appreciatively
appreciativeness
appreciator
appreciatorily
appreciators
appreciatory
apprecihate
apprehend
apprehended
apprehender
apprehenders
apprehending
apprehends
apprehensibility
apprehensible (current term)
apprehensibly
apprehension
apprehensions
apprehensive
apprehensively
apprehensiveness
apprentice
apprentice(a)
apprenticeage
apprenticed
apprenticehood
apprenticehoods
apprenticelike
apprentices

Literary usage of Apprehensible

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1. The Representative Significance of Form: An Essay in Comparative Aesthetics by George Lansing Raymond (1909)
"... Action under Hypnotic Control—Conversion—Religious Methods Rendered more apprehensible by the Analogy between them and Methods of Hypnotism—The Law of ..."

2. The Representative Significance of Form: An Essay in Comparative Aesthetics by George Lansing Raymond (1900)
"... and Character—Illustrated from the Analogy of Freedom of Action under Hypnotic Control—Conversion—Religious Methods Rendered more apprehensible by the ..."

3. The Works of Orestes A. Brownson by Orestes Augustus Brownson, Henry Francis Brownson (1888)
"The contingent is apprehensible only under the relation of contingency, and that relation is apprehensible only in the apprehension of its correlative; ..."

4. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1880)
"Then having received in his own soul, as on a waxen tablet, the typical forms of each, he carries in mind the image of an intellectually apprehensible city, ..."

5. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society by Aristotelian Society (Great Britain) (1891)
"The more anything is intelligible in se, the more qualities it possesses to strike our mental vision, the more apprehensible it will be, for it requires a ..."

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