Comprehension dawned suddenly on Bagman’s round, shiny face; he looked up at the skull, down at Winky, and then at Mr. Crouch.
Out of the corner of his eye, Harry saw comprehension dawn on a few of their faces.
Snape had reached out for it, a horrible expression of dawning comprehension on his face "Accio Parchment!"
The wailing, screeching sound filled the bathroom, echoing and reverberating off the marble walls, but it sounded just as incomprehensible as ever, if not more so with all the echoes.
The incomprehensible egg weighed more heavily than ever on Harrys conscience that evening, and by the time he had got into bed, he had made up his mind — it was time to shelve his pride and see if Cedric’s hint was worth anything.
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I don’t think she comprehends how dangerous this has become.
Washington fails to comprehend the change in China’s strategy.