uncomprehension love



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  • n. Alternative form of incomprehension.


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  • Her look was one of total uncomprehension, but he spoke for his own benefit as much as hers.

    Conan The Victorious

  • "Beat him with it," he said, and laughed at her look of complete uncomprehension.

    Conan The Unconquered

  • The reaction of startled uncomprehension among the British public and press to recent events in the north must suggest to perceptive young Unionist men and women that partition has created a political twilight zone.

    Emerald Isle in a Sea of Discord

  • Hornblower stood sword in hand, staring at him in momentary uncomprehension.

    Hornblower And The Hotspur

  • His kisses altered, but still she bore them, dimly aware of portent in them, but trying, with a woman's guile, to laugh them off by seeming to keep a child's uncomprehension of what they meant.

    Secret Bread

  • Music never stirred her, and she regarded the society of the country neighbourhood where she lived with a sense of uncomprehension which she sometimes found difficult to conceal.

    Peter and Jane or The Missing Heir

  • Then, at the evident uncomprehension in Arkwright's face, she added: "Has it been going on like this -- very long?"

    Miss Billy -- Married

  • His hatred for the interloper was as nothing now to his rage against Valentina, a rage that had its birth in a wondering uncomprehension of how she should prefer that coarse, swashbuckling bully to himself, the peerless Gonzaga.


  • He spoke with such a settled seriousness that it was difficult to be sure whether he understood the jest and played up to it in that spirit of make-believe which had drawn down the King's anger or answered out of a dull uncomprehension.

    The Justice of the King

  • If you walked into a party and said “I self-published my book,” then the room would first go silent, a hundred eyes would stare at you with a mixture of uncomprehension and pity — and then you’d be politely or impolitely ignored for the remainder of the evening.

    Interview with Michael Pastore: Ebooks and Digital Publishing | The Creative Penn


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