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  • adv. In a comprehensible manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. With great extent of signification; comprehensively.
  • adv. Intelligibly; in a manner to be comprehended or understood.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a comprehensible manner; conceivably.


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comprehensible +‎ -ly


  • Indeed, the Conservatives' private focus-group work shows that Labour has comprehensibly lost the spending cuts argument, even if Labour's rhetoric far overstates the difference between the parties.

    No Two Ways to Fix Britain's Budget

  • His English simply isn't up to the task of delivering lines comprehensibly onstage, no matter how much his sculpted body fits the bill of the role he performs.

    Michael Giltz: Hero Plus Fringefest #3: Musicals Galore!

  • Mr. Kirkpatrick doesn't coddle his subject, yet he presents Mr. Zuckerberg's point of view much more comprehensibly than we have seen it before.

    Status Update: Megasuccessful

  • My point is only that Lindelof evidently wasn't writing about magical thinking during the early years of the show, he was actually carrying it out - and Occam's razor suggests that this pure pulp show, so obsessed with its own formal features, probably wasn't carrying out a years-long inquiry into a mode of thought which only manifested comprehensibly after 100+ hours.

    Lost (2004–2010)

  • And even if things do progress quickly and comprehensibly, the minutia of an investigation isn't what's going to win Democrats votes on Election Day.

    Midterm Roundup

  • Real news demands reality delivered factually and comprehensibly.

    Obama's Press Conference on the Budget and Economic Recovery & the Media Involved

  • He saw the tedious task as one stone to simultaneously cash in on some of his scholarship money, quite comprehensibly learn the required material and, of course, buy a new phone.

    Grant Whitney Harvey: Moonshadows: Part 3

  • But in his speech on Friday, comprehensibly, he said now out in the streets you're indicating opposition to the state, to the regime itself.

    CNN Transcript Jun 21, 2009

  • For some, this kind of gift is a burden but Marcus has made it his mission to go out and evangelise comprehensibly.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • While often criticized as "professorial," the former law school faculty member showed that he can explain complex economic issues compellingly and comprehensibly, from the origins of the financial crisis to the details of his healthcare plan.

    David Kusnet: How Obama Taught the Nation (And McCain) a Lesson on Economics


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