inapprehensively

inapprehensive

[in-ap-ri-hen-siv]
adjective
1.
not apprehensive (often followed by of ).
2.
without apprehension.

Origin:
1645–55; in-3 + apprehensive

inapprehensively, adverb
inapprehensiveness, noun
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inapprehensive (ˌɪnæprɪˈhɛnsɪv)
 
adj
1.  not perceiving or feeling fear or anxiety; untroubled
2.  rare unable to understand; imperceptive
 
inappre'hensively
 
adv
 
inappre'hensiveness
 
n

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