Any time consists of parts which are themselves times, and is apprehensible only as following upon preceding times.
Let us retrace, but in such a form as to be apprehensible by all readers.
After all, a synthesis is what you want: it is the case you have to judge brought to an apprehensible issue for you.
Discoverable only by reason, natural laws are immutable and universal, apprehensible by all men.
Do we ever apprehend objects by the light of God without apprehending the light which renders them apprehensible?
He was beyond that state in which any difference was apprehensible between one thing and another.
Indeed in some cases the sense of the passage is not apprehensible.
Inapprehensible, in-ap-pre-hen′si-bl, adj. not apprehensible or intelligible.