1 He is so quaint that I am determined to understand him as well as I can.
2 You shall know and understand it all in good time; but it will be later.
3 That is not like Jonathan; I do not understand it, and it makes me uneasy.
4 Now that you are willing to understand, you have taken the first step to understand.
5 In the meantime I must find out all I can about Count Dracula, as it may help me to understand.
6 It is only when a man feels himself face to face with such horrors that he can understand their true import.
7 Indeed, I can quite understand the effect, for the sounds disturbed even me, though I was some distance away.
8 I could not understand then what the haste meant, but the driver was evidently bent on losing no time in reaching Borgo Prund.
9 We should have written long ago, but we knew nothing of his friends, and there was on him nothing that any one could understand.
10 I did not like to wound him by pretending not to see his idea; but, as I did not yet understand the cause of his laughter, I asked him.
11 There is reason that all things are as they are, and did you see with my eyes and know with my knowledge, you would perhaps better understand.
12 They took their hats off and made obeisance and many signs, which, however, I could not understand any more than I could their spoken language.
13 Sometimes he sheered off the subject, or turned the conversation by pretending not to understand; but generally he answered all I asked most frankly.
14 She is quite odd in one thing: she will not admit to me that there is any cause for restlessness; or if there be, she does not understand it herself.
15 But the time will come when your trust shall be whole and complete in me, and when you shall understand as though the sunlight himself shone through.
16 Lucy has not walked much in her sleep the last week, but there is an odd concentration about her which I do not understand; even in her sleep she seems to be watching me.
17 He seemed thoroughly to understand, and went on to ask if there would be any practical difficulty in having one man to attend, say, to banking, and another to look after shipping, in case local help were needed in a place far from the home of the banking solicitor.
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