Synonym: believe, conceptualise, conceptualize, consider, gestate, think. Similar words: receive, perceive, perceived, receiver, once in a while, concept, concern, concert. Meaning: [kən'siːv] v. 1. have the idea for 2. judge or regard; look upon; judge 3. become pregnant; undergo conception.
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1. I cannot conceive he would wish to harm us.
2. I cannot conceive what it must be like.
3. She was told she couldn't conceive.
4. I could not conceive that he would do such a silly thing.
5. Whatever your mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.
6. I can not conceive of such cruelty as to take a child away from its mother.
7. Many people can't conceive of a dinner without meat or fish.
8. You may conceive a new world in the atomic age.
9. I just can't even conceive of that quantity of money.
10. We conceive of ourselves as individuals.
11. It's difficult to conceive of traveling to the moon.
12. The doctor told her that she couldn't conceive again.
13. We can't conceive of living without a telephone.
14. She is unable to conceive.
15. I cannot conceive of anybody writing a play by sitting down and mapping it out.
16. Half a century ago it's difficult to conceive of travelling to the moon.
17. He couldn't conceive of a time when he would have no job.
18. I can't conceive why you allowed your daughter to travel alone.
19. We conceive of the family as being in a constant state of change.
20. I can hardly conceive of your doing such a thing.
21. He could not conceive that anything really serious could be worrying his friend.
22. He was immensely ambitious but unable to conceive of winning power for himself.
23. I can hardly conceive what it must be like here in winter.
24. She was unable to conceive a child naturally and was offered fertility treatment.
25. I cannot conceive why you paid out so much money.
26. It is difficult to conceive of a society without money.
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27. Conceive of the boundless, but expect nothing whatever.
28. It was impossible to conceive of her as dead.
29. A mother who already has non-identical twins is more likely to conceive another set of twins.
30. Women, he says, should give up alcohol before they plan to conceive.
More similar words: receive, perceive, perceived, receiver, once in a while, concept, concern, concert, concede, concerning, conception, concentrate, concentration, concentrating, once, at once, all at once, once more, conclude, concrete, conclusion, once upon a time, conciliatory, incentive, convince, convinced, conference, consequence, consecutive, convenience.