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Use "unapprehensive" in a sentence
"It is dangerous for youth to behold beauty in the pomp of all her charms, with every look bent upon conquest — more dangerous to see her in the hour of unaffected and unapprehensive ease and simplicity, yielding herself to the graceful whim of the moment, and as willing to be pleased as desirous of pleasing."
"I told him, I was entirely easy and unapprehensive; and, after all his goodness to me, should be so, if he saw the Countess every day."
"My aunt expressed her fears, however, and looked at me, as I did at her, with a countenance, I suppose, far from being unapprehensive: but Sir"