Apprehending [verb]

Definition of Apprehending:

catch and arrest

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Sentence/Example of Apprehending:

She began to look with her own eyes; to see and to apprehend the deeper undercurrents of life.

Angels have a constitution which distinguishes them from man, yet with him they apprehend the authority of the one moral law.

Though Richard could not fail to apprehend the implied dismissal, he was minded at first to disregard it.

He had his uncle's revolver with him, but there was little reason to apprehend danger from wild beasts.

A God who enjoys a power which nothing in the world can resist, can He apprehend that His intentions could be thwarted?

Raise officers, and take care,All you can apprehend within the houseMay be forth comming.

We should not apprehend a sad issue to this visit to your grandmother, who wishes to see and embrace you before she dies.

"You need not apprehend a refusal, provided your demand is reasonable and properly timed," answered Ida.

These thoughts and fears I had, and do hence apprehend the fears of all rich men that are covetous and have much money by them.

Unless you entirely, and immediately, relinquish your pursuit, you will suffer in a manner you little apprehend.