Koon: His arms were at his side and the first words that were intelligible that I heard him audible at that time.
I say, Ferrier, do you mean to say this is intelligible to the meanest understanding?'
But the air was, by this time, intelligible enough to the invaders.
This is not Professor Fisher's rendering of T, but it is the only rendering which makes an intelligible equation.
I knew that it was awful French, but hoped that it would be intelligible, in part at least.
For as it is the doubtful premiss of the adversary that I deny, my denial will be as intelligible as his affirmation.
intelligible to them now was the tale of treason, without their hearing it told.
What need of the (intelligible) Decad has that which is already a decad, by virtue of the power it possesses?
Up to this point the aristocracy were intelligible and consistent.
The intelligible in the order of the finite, is a reflection of the intelligible in the order of the infinite.
late 14c., "able to understand," from Latin intelligibilis, intellegibilis "that can understand, that can be understood," from intellegere "to understand" (see intelligence). In English, sense of "capable of being understood" first recorded c.1600. Related: Intelligibly.