Phœbe tried to laugh, but looked distressed, uncomprehending, and far from wishing to comprehend.
Culpepper regarded him with wide, blue, and uncomprehending eyes.
She cried in uncomprehending shock as he swung her before him into the open doorway.
Lena still stared at him dumbly, vague with uncomprehending fear.
O'Toole turned a stolid, uncomprehending face upon the courier.
All these years he had imagined her the amazed devotee, uncomprehending but admiring.
The citizens, crowding to the walls of Viana, watched that last reckless ride of his with amazed, uncomprehending eyes.
The creature looked about him in a dazed, uncomprehending manner.
He noticed the distress in her face with uncomprehending sympathy.
Note the shallow and uncomprehending notice of this picture by Fuseli.
mid-14c., "to understand," from Latin comprehendere "to take together, to unite; include; seize" (of catching fire or the arrest of criminals); also "to comprehend, perceive" (to seize or take in the mind), from com- "completely" (see com-) + prehendere "to catch hold of, seize" (see prehensile). Related: Comprehended; comprehending.