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Definition of Apprehensibly
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Literary usage of Apprehensibly
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1. Religio Medici: A Letter to a Friend, Christian Morals, Urn-burial, and by Sir Thomas Browne, James Thomas Fields (1862)
"However, certain it is, he died in the dead and deep part of the night, when Nox might be most apprehensibly said to be the daughter of Chaos, ..."
2. Representative British Dramas, Victorian and Modern by Montrose Jonas Moses (1918)
"QUEX [returning to her, apprehensibly]. We — we have said good-by. DUCHESS. Ah, no, no! QUEX [again bowing over her hand — u-itli simulated feeling]. ..."
3. The Expositor edited by William Robertson Nicoll, Samuel Cox, James Moffatt (1875)
"The reality of the Father's invisible being and glory stamps itself visibly or apprehensibly in the Son, so that " he that hath seen the Son hath seen the ..."
4. Sir Thomas Browne's Works: Including His Life and Correspondence by Thomas Browne, Simon Wilkin (1835)
"However, certain it is, he died in the dead and deep part of the night, when Nox might be most apprehensibly said to be the daughter of Chaos, the mother of ..."
5. Sir Thomas Browne's Religio medici, Urn burial, Christian morals, and other by Thomas Browne (1886)
"dead and deep part of the night, when Nox might be most apprehensibly said to be the daughter of Chaos, the mother of sleep and death, according to old ..."
6. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1844)
"In these, the Most High God, incomprehensible, is contained apprehensibly and adored. In these, lies open the nature of celestial, terrestrial, and internal ..."