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Spell check of understand

Correct spelling: understand

digest, interpret, read, date, conclude, regard, witness, infer, decipher, insure, envision, run into, visit, believe, substantiate, possess, tumble, penetrate, deem, absorb, pull in, register, grasp, record, take, examine, visualise, declare, look, determine, appreciate, misunderstand, scan, see, actualise, rede, ensure, deduct, watch, know, draw, show, take care, sympathise, grok, take in, empathise, deduce, discover, view, savvy, extrapolate, consider, glean, represent, go through, study, judge, actualize, find, gather, transform, agnize, ascertain, recognize, dig, fathom, realise, ken, get wind, escort, get word, get a line, cognize, commiserate, figure, cotton, concede, conceive, hold, derive, gain, affirm, perceive, accept, project, visualize, hear, construe, presume, conjecture, induce, identify with, get, pick up, credit, intuit, behold, encounter, apprehend, trust, experience, image, distinguish, note, attend, go out, catch on, check, run across, find out, maintain, agree, learn, count on, translate, fancy, sense, seize, follow, assent, catch, assume, reckon, empathize, knowledge, compass, go steady, make out, decode, render, guess, see through, explain, recognise, assimilate, discern, decide, take for granted, generalize, clear, picture, suppose, twig, say, bring in, generalise, comprehend, meet, make, figure out, reason, sympathize, surmise, realize, agnise, assure, earn, control, profess, see to it, put faith in, come across, master.

misinterpret, miss, misperceive, misread, misconstrue, ignore, misknow, mistake, misapprehend, overlook, misunderstand, lose, misconceive.

Examples of usage:

1) I understand she is coming to- night. - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.

2) Well, then you understand how I feel. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) If they would only understand! - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.