• Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adjs Unapprehensible inapprehensible
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In literature:

A number of families resided in the fort, unapprehensive of danger.
"David Crockett: His Life and Adventures" by John S. C. Abbott
His heart was employed in inventing guile, and was lulled into unapprehensive security.
"Imogen" by William Godwin
They settled upon the faces and arms of the paddlers, totally unapprehensive of rebuff.
"The Palace of Darkened Windows" by Mary Hastings Bradley
A singularly childlike and unapprehensive smile played across his features.
"Cape Cod Folks" by Sarah P. McLean Greene