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intelligible
used in Anna Karenina

4 uses
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Definition
capable of being understood
  • He felt himself vanquished on all sides, but he felt at the same time that what he wanted to say was unintelligible to his brother.
    Part Three (9% in)
  • They compose an ardent epistle, a declaration in fact, and they carry the letter upstairs themselves, so as to elucidate whatever might appear not perfectly intelligible in the letter.
    Part Two (11% in)
  • Only he could not make up his mind whether it was unintelligible because he was not capable of expressing his meaning clearly, or because his brother would not or could not understand him.
    Part Three (9% in)
  • "One district's enough, and Sviazhsky's obviously of the opposition," he said, words evidently intelligible to all except Levin.
    Part Six (84% in)

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