from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not understanding; having little or no comprehension.
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- adj. Lacking comprehension or understanding.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking understanding
After following the "Gen-Y" saga for perhaps six months I remain uncomprehending of what precisely it is that Gen-Y wants.
That's how someone can say anything else is 'uncomprehending' the problem.
The hippos nearest to us watched with a kind of uncomprehending belligerence such as we had become used to at the airports in Zaire, but most of them simply lay there with their heads up on their neighbours 'rumps wearing huge grins of oafish contentment.
It just didn't work for me, may I be "uncomprehending" or not.
The creature paused, having reverted to its dull, uncomprehending state.
Bennett stared at the ion trap for a few seconds, uncomprehending.
They stared at her, intrigued but uncomprehending.
He looked at her with slow-growing, uncomprehending surprise.
When she shook her head at me, uncomprehending, I used my slightly less broken hand to circle my neck.
The man stared at her blankly, uncomprehending and maybe a little afraid.
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