a bat whirred, apprehensible only from the displacement of air
This capacity allows action - individual and collective - to orient meaningfully to realms of reality not immediately apprehensible through the senses, to pursue ends that transcend current circumstances and conditions.
Too overt or apprehensible a verbal pattern seems old-fashioned to many poets.
As archetypes they are as apprehensible as Greek statuary.
The new popular poetry reminds literati that auditory poetry virtually always employs apprehensible formal patterns to shape its language.
It is immediately apprehensible , and needs to be seen again and again, because it remains puzzling, both as to its form and as to its meaning.