capitation, apprehension


*: The wing would have been a severe obstruction to apprehension of an object on the ground.

*: The warrant had been issued for his apprehension on the charge of rioting.

*: We live on, and in living we lose the apprehension of life.

*: We think we get a kind of vague apprehension of what London means from the top of a bus better than anywhere else.

*: Strangers of limited information and dull apprehension were sometimes observed not to know what a Powler was.

*: Every circumstance which evinced the savage nature of the beings at whose mercy I was, augmented the fearful apprehensions that consumed me.Webster 1913

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