Can we intelligibly aggregate hundreds of millions of individual opinions into one or a few collective opinions?
He did frequently; at first with great pain, but afterward more audibly and intelligibly.
I did not comprehend the service, and cannot intelligibly describe it.
But these Ventriloqui speak very distinctly and intelligibly.
Still there are propositions which we might intelligibly use.
To all intents and purposes M. Soyers work is strictly and most intelligibly practical.
Possibly the following series of tables will serve our purpose most intelligibly.
No one in this hotel could speak a word of English intelligibly.
He spoke once intelligibly and calmly of the nearing separation.
The questions thus asked were answered promptly and intelligibly.
late 14c., "able to understand," from Latin intelligibilis, intellegibilis "that can understand, that can be understood," from intellegere "to understand" (see intelligence). In English, sense of "capable of being understood" first recorded c.1600. Related: Intelligibly.