Third-person singular simple present indicative form of apprehend.(verb)
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Use "apprehends" in a sentence
"The legal system apprehends and prosecutes after the fact, and it frowns upon interdiction."
"He knew, without thinking about it, that the Arangi had been boarded by the hazily sensed supreme disaster of life that all life intuitively apprehends and that only man knows and calls by the name of “death.”"
"In the daily rhythms of loving and being loved by one's closest companion, one occasionally apprehends -- with an unspeakable resonance -- what the Eastern Christian tradition calls "the dance" within the Trinity."