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1  I saw his fallibilities: I comprehended them.
Jane Eyre By Charlotte Bronte
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXIV
2  I did, and I could not quite comprehend it: it made me giddy.
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3  I could comprehend the feeling, and share both its strength and truth.
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4  Some time elapsed before, with all my efforts, I could comprehend my scholars and their nature.
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5  When I remembered how far I had once been admitted to his confidence, I could hardly comprehend his present frigidity.
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6  Something had happened which I could not comprehend; no one knew of or had seen the event but myself: it had taken place the preceding night.
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7  I waited, expecting he would say something I could at least comprehend; but his hand was now at his chin, his finger on his lip: he was thinking.
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8  I heard her with wonder: I could not comprehend this doctrine of endurance; and still less could I understand or sympathise with the forbearance she expressed for her chastiser.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER VI
9  I comprehended how he should despise himself for the feverish influence it exercised over him; how he should wish to stifle and destroy it; how he should mistrust its ever conducting permanently to his happiness or hers.
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10  I hardly know where I found the hardihood thus to open a conversation with a stranger; the step was contrary to my nature and habits: but I think her occupation touched a chord of sympathy somewhere; for I too liked reading, though of a frivolous and childish kind; I could not digest or comprehend the serious or substantial.
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