The Collaborative International Dictionary
Apprehensible \Ap`pre*hen"si*ble\, a. [L. apprehensibilis. See
Capable of being apprehended or conceived. ``Apprehensible by
--Bp. Hall. -- Ap`*pre*hen"si*bly, adv.
adv. In an apprehensive manner; cautiously.
Usage examples of "apprehensibly".
However, certain it is he died in the dead and deep part of the Night, when Nox might be most apprehensibly said to be the Daughter of Chaos, the Mother of Sleep and Death, according to old Genealogy.