Fathom [verb]

Definition of Fathom:

discern, understand

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Sentence/Example of Fathom:

There were to be many things yet which Felipe could not fathom in this lovely, sorrowing, sunny sister of his.

This is some passing whim of your wife, due to some cause or causes which you and I needn't try to fathom.

There is no protection there for the ships against submarines except Enos harbour and Enos is only one fathom deep.

From the portress Cibot to the Marquise d'Espard, not one of his women has an evil thought that he does not fathom.

Maud Barrington's eyes were grateful, but there was something that Winston could not fathom behind her smile.

Poets have written about it, choirs have sung about it, but who can fathom the meaning of that little word, home!

Trying to fathom the abyss below them, he saw the flames of the aurora borealis reflected in the water of an immense lake.

Scintillate, scintillate, globule orific, Fain would I fathom thy nature's specific.

Such was the mystery that, without rule or precedent, they were now required to fathom.

Scotty had lost no time, and not more than thirty-five fathom of line was out when the monster rose.