apprehensible :

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  • s  capable of being apprehended or understood

  • Italian cooking gives Hong Kong diners, who are notoriously snobbish about their food, several readily apprehensible points of reference.
  • It was, however, Caravaggio, the tragic realist, with his dramatically articulate figures sculpted by darkness, his appetite for common life and his candor about the apprehensible .
  • What he craved was neither luxury nor the high rhetoric of history painting, but apprehensible truth, visible, familiar, open to touch and repetition.

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