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un·der·stand·ing

 (ŭn′dər-stăn′dĭng)
n.
1.
a. The ability by which one understands; intelligence: concepts that are beyond the understanding of a child.
b. The quality or condition of one who understands; comprehension: Do you have much understanding of calculus? See Synonyms at reason.
2. Individual or specified judgment or outlook; opinion: In my understanding, this is a good plan.
3. A usually implicit agreement between two or more people or groups: an understanding between neighbors over late-night noise.
4. A disposition to appreciate or share the feelings and thoughts of others; sympathy: Can't you show some understanding for the poor child?
adj.
Characterized by or having good sense or compassion: an understanding teacher.

un′der·stand′ing·ly adv.
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Adv.1.understandingly - with understandingunderstandingly - with understanding; "she nodded understandingly"
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understandingly

[ˌʌndəˈstændɪŋlɪ] ADVcon comprensión, de manera comprensiva

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He looked at us understandingly, then took grandmother's hand and bent over it.
In the time that one might understandingly read a dozen words the strong-limbed cat could have covered the entire distance and made his kill, yet if Sheeta was quick, quick too was Tarzan.
He took the laboratory proofs on faith, and his intense power of vision enabled him to see the reactions of chemicals more understandingly than the average student saw them in the laboratory.
Leslie was the only one who sympathised understandingly with Anne.
I speak understandingly on this subject, for I have made myself acquainted with it both theoretically and practically.
The other strangers--they were six in all--strolled about with an air of ease, put their heads through the door of the storeroom, congregated round the grave, pointed understandingly at the cross, and generally made themselves at home.
The leader of the emigrants cast his eyes, understandingly, about him, and examined the place with the keenness of one competent to judge of so nice a question, though in that dilatory and heavy manner, which rarely permitted him to betray precipitation.
Cover yourself properly before going out the mother called out in worry and her daughter nodded understandingly used the routine.
WHEN Frankie Dettori won every race at Ascot several years ago the bookies nationwide understandingly rushed to the national press and media crying about the massive payout.
apart from that he was fully on board" Understandingly supportive & Orthodox view of perception
150) Before determining whether the property was "separate," the court considered the preliminary question of whether the contract was entered into "freely, fairly, knowingly, understandingly, and in good faith with full disclosure.
unto the great and notable cities and villages, reproving the world in righteousness of all their unrighteous and ungodly deeds, setting forth clearly and understandingly the desolation of abomination in the last days.