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uncomprehending

adjective un·com·pre·hend·ing \-pri-ˈhen-diŋ\

: not understanding what is happening, being referred to, etc. : showing a lack of understanding or knowledge

Full Definition of UNCOMPREHENDING

:  not comprehending :  lacking understanding
un·com·pre·hend·ing·ly \-diŋ-lē\ adverb

Examples of UNCOMPREHENDING

  1. They were uncomprehending of what was going on.
  2. He gave me an uncomprehending look when I mentioned her name.

First Known Use of UNCOMPREHENDING

1810

Rhymes with UNCOMPREHENDING

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