apprehension (n.) 2
conception, grasping by the mind, awareness
Cym IV.ii.110 [Belarius to Arviragus, of Cloten] he had not apprehension / Of roaring terrors
LLL IV.ii.68 [Holofernes to Nathaniel and Dull, of his literary gift] full of forms, figures, shapes, objects, ideas, apprehensions, motions
MM III.i.81 [Isabella to Claudio] The sense of death is most in apprehension [also: sense 1]
R2 I.iii.300 [Bolingbroke to John of Gaunt] the apprehension of the good / Gives but the greater feeling to the worse
TC II.iii.114 [Agamemnon to Patroclus, of Achilles] his evasion ... / Cannot outfly our apprehensions [also: arrest]
Tim I.i.210 [Timon to Apemantus, of his remark] That's a lascivious apprehension