Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OF. conzoivre, concever, conceveir, F. concevoir, fr. L. oncipere, to take, to conceive; con-, + capere, to seize or take. See Capable, and cf. Conception
He conceived that his exiled foes were plotting to poison him.
"Renaissance in Italy, Volumes 1 and 2" by John Addington Symonds
It is difficult to conceive of a more interesting human soul, I think.
"The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Volume II" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Two modes of reality now present themselves to the life, neither of which allows itself to be conceived of as an illusion.
"An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy" by W. Tudor Jones
Every theistic philosopher is bound, with whatever cautions, to conceive God by the analogy of the human mind.
"Theodicy" by G. W. Leibniz
It is then hard to conceive an appeal more singularly infelicitous than that which our modern positivists make to Buddhism.
"Is Life Worth Living?" by William Hurrell Mallock
Nothing like it was ever conceived of by the loftiest minds of antiquity.
"Companion to the Bible" by E. P. Barrows
She is a brave little woman, and helps me in every conceivable way.
"Certain Personal Matters" by H. G. Wells
We shall not labor this point, altho we conceive a great improvement might be effected in this department of learning.
"Lectures on Language" by William S. Balch
Perhaps it was the highest ideal that persons resembling the Major and Gertie could conceive.
"None Other Gods" by Robert Hugh Benson
If a man will follow after beauty, he is foolish not to conceive the beauty of all bodies as one and the same.
"The Evolution of Love" by Emil Lucka
From orb to orb, from sphere to sphere
Shall what your eyes behold, discern,
What your purg'd ear hath heard, shall hear,
And what your thoughts conceive, shall learn.
"Sudden Death" by Lydia Howard Huntley Sigourney
One saw therein the life of man,
(Or so the poet found it,)
The yolk and white, conceive who can,
Were the glad earth, that, floating, span
In the glad heaven around it.
"Gold Egg: A Dream-Fantasy" by James Russell Lowell
Be patient:—and inform me, pray,
If this were worn by you or her to-day?
There lies the point, for, if you'll me believe,
Your husband did—the most you can conceive.
"The Servant Girl Justified" by Jean de La Fontaine
For Mary, conceived in all sinlessness;
And the sun, thro' the clouds of the East,
With the brightest and fairest of flashes,
Fringed the surplice of white for the Feast.
"The Immaculate Conception" by Abram Joseph Ryan
But had I wanted them had I liv'd still
With my deare Holiday; had there to my will
Beene an agreeing lucke, I can conceive
Happly I might have wish'd those, whom I leave.
"To Mr. Holiday Archdeacon of Oxon: from Flower 1625" by Robert Gomersall
Denys hath merited no slender praise,
In that She well supplied the Formers daies.
Conceive how Good she was, whose very worst
Unto her Knight was This, that She dyed First.
"On His Lady Denys" by William Strode
A Canadian Opera Company presentation of an opera in two acts, composed by Igor Stravinsky, production conceived and directed by Robert Lepage.
Opossum oppressed southern Brooklyn continues to blame City Hall for an ill-conceived rat-eradication scheme — but the mayor and even the governor say the whole thing is a figment of a varmint-obsessed population.
Is it going to be harder to conceive with just one ovary .
To determine when you're most likely to conceive, enter the first day of your last menstrual period.
This indicates the time in your cycle when you're most likely to conceive.
A Marriott Theater presentation of a musical and two acts, conceived and written by Aaron Thielen, music and lyrics by Michael Mahler.
Artist Jorge Pardo conceived and executed the installation design.
The Parthenon was conceived to embody the greatness of Greece and to celebrate Athens as the apex of that culture.
Conceived on the gigantic scale apparently customary in premodern Chinese literature, Tang's opera scored an equally gigantic, lasting success, both onstage and in print.
The walkway was first conceived in the 1960's by the Regional Planning Association to bring the public to the river.
The trend involves turning one's body into the shape of a wooden plank that rests rigidly, and often precariously, on chimneys, police cars, trees, basketball hoops, and any other conceivable surface.
No Survivor's Benefits For Posthumously Conceived.
Social Security Administration refusing to treat twins conceived through in vitro fertilization as heirs to deceased man.
One year after idea conceived, campus becomes a reality in Roseville.
Join Conceive Magazine in supporting the government's Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) campaign that aims to improve babies' and mothers' health long before conception.
Each of these different choices could conceivably give rise to different commutors and associators (i.e. bijections which prove commutativity and associativity).
Puzzles, Tableaux and Mosaics
It is quite conceivable that both of the statements in the above corollary hold.
On the Satisfiability Threshold and Clustering of Solutions of Random 3-SAT Formulas
If, on the other hand, the numerator is not signiﬁcantly different from 0, then we cannot guarantee for anything: when dividing 0/0 any outcome is conceivable.
A Geometric Approach to Confidence Sets for Ratios: Fieller's Theorem, Generalizations, and Bootstrap
But it is conceivable to use independent Poisson variables at each of the nodes to construct the tree as well as the conﬁguration space.
Contributions to Random Energy Models
It is quite conceivable that the present complicated model may always be equivalent to a tree GREM.
Contributions to Random Energy Models