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bottom, fthm, penetrate, sound.
angstrom, block, centimeter, criterion, cubit, decameter, decimeter, ell, foot, furlong, hectometer, inch, kilometer, knot, league, measure, meter, micron, mil, mile, millimeter, minute, rod, second, step, yard.
acknowledge, fathom, read, realize, sympathize with, understand, be aware of, be cognizant of, be conscious of, catch the drift, see daylight, take account of.
absorb, accept, believe, conceive, digest, get the picture, imagine, sense, think.
bottom, fathom, penetrate.
assimilate, click, discern, envisage, envision, make out, see, take in, GOTCHA, capiche, get*, dig*, savvy*, tumble*.
break, decipher, decode, decrypt, solve, work out, cryptanalyze, get answer.
breakthrough, detect, determine, dig up, disclose, discover, disinter, educe, elicit, expose, find, identify, realize, recognize, reveal, solve, unearth, unmask, unravel, Unriddle.
appreciate, apprehend, catch, cognize, comprehend, dig, divine, estimate, figure out, follow, gauge, get, grasp, have, interpret, know, measure, penetrate, perceive, pierce, pinpoint, plumb, probe, recognize, savvy, sound, unravel, get to the bottom.
cipher, clear up, conclude, determine, discover, disentangle, master, opine, puzzle out, reason, resolve, rule, settle, suppose, think out, unfold, unscramble, untangle, Unriddle, dope out, crack, catch on to, make heads or tails of.
catch on, take in*.
acquire, gain, hear, learn, look at, memorize, notice, receive, get into one's head, pick up*.
compass, latch on, make, take, get the drift.
calculate, chance, conjecture, deduce, deem, guesstimate, happen upon, hypothesize, infer, judge, pick, postulate, predicate, predict, presume, pretend, reckon, select, size up, speculate, suggest, surmise, survey, suspect, theorize, venture, take a shot at, dare say, go out on a limb, jump to a conclusion, lump it, take a stab at, think likely.
Examples of usage:
– Garrison's Finish A Romance of the Race-Course by W. B. M. Ferguson
– Won from the Waves by W.H.G. Kingston
– Vanishing England by P. H. Ditchfield
– Caribbee by Thomas Hoover
– The Knave of Diamonds by Ethel May Dell