Synonym: comprehend, follow, gauge, grasp, measure, understand. Similar words: at home, at home and abroad, father, forefather, grandfather, thomas paine, bathos, founding father. Meaning: ['fæðəm] n. 1. a linear unit of measurement (equal to 6 feet) for water depth 2. (mining) a unit of volume (equal to 6 cubic feet) used in measuring bodies of ore. v. 1. come to understand 2. measure the depth of (a body of water) with a sounding line.
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1. I still can't fathom out what she meant.
2. He couldn't fathom out what the man could possibly mean.
3. It is hard to fathom the pain felt at the death of a child.
4. For years people have been trying to fathom the mysteries of the whale's song.
5. I can't fathom her out — she says one thing then does another.
6. Jeremy's passive attitude was hard to fathom.
7. I can't fathom his meaning.
8. We're trying to fathom out what's going on.
9. I can't fathom her at all.
10. Mark couldn't fathom why she resented him so much.
11. I can't fathom what you really meant.
12. I really couldn't fathom what Steiner was talking about.
13. They want to fathom into this matter.
14. Can you fathom out her intentions?
15. I can't fathom him.
16. I cannot fathom his remarks.
17. Below him, full fathom five; above[sentencedict.com/fathom.html](Sentencedict.com), infinity.
18. Can you fathom it out?
19. I can't quite fathom it.
20. Do not waste valuable height trying to fathom out how to get down in an unsuitable field.
21. A fathom is the unit of measurement used in calculating sea depth.
22. He couldn't fathom why she'd taken such exception to Eleanor.
23. Often it is difficult to fathom how these slings are knotted and connected.
24. What the locals could not fathom out, however, was the reason behind Pascoe's new-found prosperity.
25. Dalzell looked as if he were trying to fathom her character.
26. I'm having difficulty using my video editing equipment and can't fathom out the various connections.
27. The reason for a larger military role in domestic law enforcement is not hard to fathom.
28. And then he lost his funding. In retrospect, it seems hard to fathom.
29. Sometimes you get signs and portents which the quacks can't fathom, but which go down like markers for middle-age.
30. Where the vein was of considerable thickness it was quite usual to pay the men at so much per cubic fathom.
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