conceivable[ kuh n-see-vuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF conceivable
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It will be admitted that these are conceivable contingencies.
There were many grave objections to this theory, but it was conceivable.
And there was no conceivable way they could benefit from it personally.
Now, the conceivable imperfections of any single feature are infinite.
And what other case is conceivable, upon the supposition that we either know or do not know all things?
These are at least conceivable uses of the art, and no others have been discovered by us.
Kress was taking every conceivable kind of instrument he fancied he might need.
Moreover, there was no conceivable reason why he should not.
It was not conceivable to him that he should talk over her head.
And we had trolled round these fish in every conceivable way.
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