conceivably[ kuh n-see-vuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF conceivably
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In an engagement, he might conceivably defeat Blood's followers.
And if there conceivably were, it would be something altogether horrible.
Even the comfort of the bottle might conceivably fail him in this supreme crisis.
This could conceivably be of advantage to a man who wanted a lift in the world.
He may conceivably think that they would put him on a rack if they got the chance.
Henceforth things might be conceivably better, but—they would be different.
You must assume responsibility for any crime which might conceivably be yours.
Conceivably they had been destroyed; that was not likely, but it was possible.
"I cannot conceivably permit—" began the Prophet in much agitation.
They might be so, conceivably, but it does not seem probable.