uncomprehendingly


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un·com·pre·hend·ing

 (ŭn′kŏm-prĭ-hĕn′dĭng)
adj.
Not understanding; having little or no comprehension.

un′com·pre·hend′ing·ly adv.

uncomprehendingly

(ˌʌnkɒmprɪˈhɛndɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a puzzled manner
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uncomprehendingly

[ʌnˌkɒmprɪˈhɛndɪŋlɪ] advin modo perplesso
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exclaimed Jimmy Bean tersely and uncomprehendingly, but admiringly.
I had had one made for Garm too, and, as we climbed to the fresh breezes, I put it on, and arm chewed it uncomprehendingly, but I think he was grateful.
Moreover, it is only Steven (and the audience) who have the privilege of understanding Linda as she prepares herself for a date with Bob, carefully applying make-up as her brother uncomprehendingly exclaims, "Blimey, I thought you had a driving lesson".
28) But Sebastian's fate complicates thinking about the ways of providence, prompting questions by his integral and substantial presence in contrast to the unthinking and uncomprehendingly passive patience of Charlemont and Castabella.
It was Hazel Barnes's translation of Jean-Paul Sartre's Being and Nothingness (1943), whose 500 pages I turned uncomprehendingly.
Today, they would stare uncomprehendingly at the scale of this superport, awed by the vast ships that will be able to dock here.
W]hatever punctuation the early editions actually give' has little foundation in what Defoe wrote; rather, it constitutes an attempt to put order, not into Defoe's own virtually nonexistent punctuation, but into his narratives by means of punctuation, supplied zealously but often inconsistently and uncomprehendingly by the compositors.
She exposes the hollowness of the braggart's 'victory', yet he uncomprehendingly roars with approval as she offers to place her hand beneath his foot: 'Come on and kiss me, Kate' (The Shrew 5.
This person would gleefully fill the black board with equations like it was their job (which it was) leaving the vast majority of us kids uncomprehendingly staring at this chalky mess like Chavs at a Starbucks menu.
I leant forward, and he stared into my face, uncomprehendingly.
Mrs B, all credit to her innocence, smiled uncomprehendingly.
Literature seems to offer the chance to return to the moments before a natural or man-made disaster and, with retrospective understanding, re-experience an event that spectators witnessed uncomprehendingly when it occurred.