Definition of comprehensibly in English:

comprehensibly

Pronunciation /ˌkämprəˈhensəblē/ /ˌkɑmprəˈhɛnsəbli/

adverb

See comprehensible

‘The whole thing about this song is how much mystery there is to it, how they're singing loudly and joyfully about something so personal they can't even explain it comprehensibly.’
  • ‘But they also tend to be the places where we most comprehensibly meet ourselves, where we become aware of our hang-ups, our fears, our desires, our pain.’
  • ‘It's like living in a country whose language you only half understand, when you know that what is being thought does not ever quite translate comprehensibly into what is being said.’
  • ‘If that doesn't work for you that's fine, I just want to know if I'm expressing myself at all comprehensibly.’
  • ‘He had no patience for detail, or any illusions about his ability to explain details comprehensibly.’