Capable of being understood: apprehensible truths. (adjective)
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Use "apprehensible" in a sentence
"And then suddenly I couldn't do that anymore, couldn't make those approximations that make something incredibly complex and contradictory more easily apprehensible."
"According to the fathers, this is a kingdom, a power, a glory and a quality of life that is potentially no less apprehensible to us now."
"However much it grasps metaphorically at a less tangible if still apprehensible object of our experience of fiction, to speak of "quality of vision" does not adequately account for the concrete achievements of writers as stylists."