easily understood

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Nay, I cannot blame you" -- speaking more seriously -- "your feelings are easily understood.
There were many individuals of dashing appearance, whom I easily understood as belonging to the race of swell pick-pockets with which all great cities are infested.
They nudged each other every moment -- eloquent nudges and easily understood, for they simply meant -- "Oh, but ain't you glad NOW we're here
Such being the interest taken by the fair sex in this bloody game, that of the men is the more easily understood.
He easily understood why his son did not come to see him before he went to avenge his father's honor; but when that was done, why did not his son come and throw himself into his arms?
into their Earthly equivalent, as being more easily understood by Earth readers.
When one once acknowledges that she was not a common woman, then all this is easily understood.
I hallooed again to him, and made signs to come forward, which he easily understood, and came a little way; then stopped again, and then a little farther, and stopped again; and I could then perceive that he stood trembling, as if he had been taken prisoner, and had just been to be killed, as his two enemies were.
It may be easily understood that in the present disposition of his master nothing could be more disagreeable to Bazin than the arrival of D'Artagnan, which might cast his master back again into that vortex of mundane affairs which had so long carried him away.
Catherick was in possession of the Secret, I easily understood that it was Sir Percival's interest to keep her at Welmingham, because her character in that place was certain to isolate her from all communication with female neighbours, and to allow her no opportunities of talking incautiously in moments of free intercourse with inquisitive bosom friends.
Providing consumers with clear, easily understood information on fisheries and aquaculture products was essential, Stevenson said.
That appears straightforward and easily understood.