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Capable of being understood: apprehensible truths.

ap′pre·hen′si·bly adv.


capable of being comprehended or grasped mentally
ˌappreˌhensiˈbility n
ˌappreˈhensibly adv


(ˌæp rɪˈhɛn sə bəl)

capable of being understood.
[1625–35; < Late Latin]
ap`pre•hen′si•bly, adv.
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Adj.1.apprehensible - capable of being apprehended or understoodapprehensible - capable of being apprehended or understood
comprehendible, comprehensible - capable of being comprehended or understood; "an idea comprehensible to the average mind"
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It may be enlightening, for instance, to systematically ask philological questions about the artefactuality, compositionality, apprehensibility, contextuality, and historicity of features of Trump's performance other than the words he pronounced.
The system of indexes suggested in the research was developed with account of the necessity of essential diversity and analytical sufficiency, comparativeness, apprehensibility, and the indexes were verified with regard to their multicollinearity.
Taken in its depth structure, the revelatory component of religion detaches the information on the God from the intellectual and imaginational activity of the human and sets it into liaison with the self-manifestatory expression of the God; as a result, the apprehensibility of the God comes to depend on the authority of the divine act which quite possibly entails some unwarranted strategies from the viewpoint of human rationality.