Spell check of understand
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empathise, empathize, gather, infer, realise, realize, sympathise, sympathize.
assimilate, comprehend, digest, get, get into, incorporate, soak up, understand, take in, latch onto.
acknowledge, dig, savvy, sympathize with, be aware of, be cognizant of, catch the drift, see daylight, take account of.
ingest, Osmose, take up.
ascertain, deem, divine, estimate, fall for, find, hypothesize, judge, posit, postulate, predicate, presuppose, speculate, theorize, think, be afraid, be inclined to think, count upon, have a hunch, have sneaking suspicion.
accept, accredit, admit, affirm, assent, assume, believe, conclude, credit, declare, deem, feel, gather, have, hold, judge, lap up, maintain, presume, profess, regard, suppose, surmise, take, take for granted, trust, give faith, put faith in, reckon on, swear by, have faith in, have no doubt, be of the opinion, attach weight to, be certain of, be convinced of, be credulous, give credence to, keep the faith, place confidence in, presume true, rest assured, take as gospel, take at one's word, swallow*, buy*.
analyze, decipher, define, explicate, expound, parse, render, spell out, translate, one's best guess, figure it to be.
fathom, make of.
discern, know, perceive, recognize.
absorb, assimilate, comprehend, digest, discover, glean, grasp, learn, master, read, realize, study.
accept, apprehend, assume, be with it, catch, catch on, concede, conceive, conclude, conjecture, consider, count on, deduce, discern, distinguish, expect, explain, fancy, fathom, feel for, figure out, find out, follow, gather, get the picture, grasp, guess, hear, imagine, infer, interpret, ken, know, learn, make out, master, note, penetrate, perceive, possess, presume, read, realize, reckon, recognize, register, see, seize, sense, suppose, surmise, suspect, sympathize, take for granted, tolerate, identify with, take it, make sense of, be aware, be informed, get the idea, be conscious of, get the hang of, get the point, have knowledge of, take meaning, get*, take in*, savvy*.
Examples of usage:
– Two Boys and a Fortune by Matthew White, Jr.
– The House of Torchy by Sewell Ford
– Six One-Act Plays by Margaret Scott Oliver
– The Rosie World by Parker Fillmore
– The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill by Winston Churchill