Comprehensible in a sentence

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Definition of Comprehensible

  • Capable of being comprehended, included, or comprised.
  • Capable of being understood; intelligible; conceivable by the mind.
  • capable of being comprehended or understood

How to use comprehensible in a sentence. Comprehensible pronunciation.

No one has rendered so well as he the high-strung, neuropathic women of the upper class, who neither understand themselves nor are wholly comprehensible to others.
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But of recent years educators have carried on extensive investigations in this field of personality and have succeeded in reducing to comprehensible terms those qualities which seem to be most responsible for achievements of successful teachers.
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A subject to be made interesting must present some element of newness, yet must be so linked up with the experience of the learner as to be made comprehensible.
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This phenomenon is easily comprehensible from a physiological standpoint, but to the man who makes the discovery for the first time, it is a most wonderful thing.
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In giving the details of this philological discovery, I will endeavor to make it as comprehensible as it can be made to those who are not critically acquainted with the construction of the Hebrew language; those who are will at once appreciate its peculiar character, and will excuse the explanatory details, of course unnecessary to them.
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Of course this presupposes the extreme degree of Sabbath observance by absolute rest, and becomes comprehensible only when viewed as an outgrowth from that.
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Judaism is everywhere historically comprehensible, and yet it is a mass of antinomies.
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In this manner Rabbi Jochanan explained many laws and rendered them comprehensible, when they seemed obscure or extraordinary.
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The rights awarded to the Federal Government for purposes of obvious national importance are definite and easily comprehensible; but those with which this last clause invests it are not either clearly appreciable or accurately defined.
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I cannot conceive that a truth which is so self-evident should not already have been more generally admitted in Europe; it is comprehensible that the persons who hope to bring about revolutions by means of the press should be desirous of confining its action to a few powerful organs, but it is perfectly incredible that the partisans of the existing state of things, and the natural supporters of the law, should attempt to diminish the influence of the press by concentrating its authority.
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A man of very limited intellect, Luke Soames had been at a loss for many days to reconcile Block A and its temporary occupants with any comprehensible scheme of things.
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For the first time the actors in this long tragedy appear to us as no mere bodiless and soulless names, but as beings of like passions with ourselves, comprehensible, coherent, organic, even in their inconsistencies.
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It appealed to the pious-minded who desired a simplification of Christian dogma and a comprehensible method of salvation.
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Royalist Reaction] This strong royalist undercurrent, flowing from religious and social conditions, makes more comprehensible the ease with which England drifted back into the Stuart monarchy.
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This strong royalist undercurrent, flowing from religious and social conditions, makes more comprehensible the ease with which England drifted back into the Stuart monarchy.
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Goethe thought that Byron failed "to understand the purpose" of the "three unities," that he regarded the law as an end in itself, and did not perceive that if a play was comprehensible the unities might be neglected and disregarded.
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It is comprehensible that a person could not have arrived at such a far-reaching change of view by continuing to follow the old beaten paths, but only by introducing some sort of new idea.
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The situation, when explained, was comprehensible to the meanest masculine intelligence.
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Much of the sale was carried on by barter, a system of trading not wholly comprehensible to us strangers, although we saw the natives offer specimens of what they had to exchange.
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Contrast this with the string-course in the nave of the Cathedral of Amiens, where the motive of the design undergoes constant variation, no piece exactly duplicating its neighbor, or with the intricate interlacing patterns of Arabic decoration, and you will have a striking illustration of the Greek love for the finite and comprehensible.
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Examples of Comprehensible

Example #1
In 'Monsieur de Camors', crowned by the Academy, he has yielded to the demands of a stricter realism.
Example #2
Yet as the accredited painter of the Faubourg Saint-Germain he contributed an essential element to the development of realistic fiction.
Example #3
Observation leads us all to similar deductions and constitutes one of the most interesting experiments open to those concerned with the teaching process.
Example #4
Personality is largely inherent in the individual and therefore differs as fully as do individuals.
Example #5
It must, moreover, be made to appeal as essential and helpful in the life of the learner.
Example #6
Far from dissipating the mind's energies, it heightens and concentrates them to the mastery of the bigger and finer things of life.