conceive[ kuh n-seev ]SEE DEFINITION OF conceive
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCEIVE
One could conceive of it as possible to turn toward Him—and reach, the objective.
You cannot conceive in your mind how stubborn and brainless they are.
To the artist, expression is the only mode under which he can conceive life at all.
What induced him to attempt this style it is difficult to conceive.
All loveliness, all grace, all majesty are there; but we cannot see, cannot conceive—come away!
Only conceive the sound of—Mrs. O'Donoghoe's carriage there!
She could not conceive how it could affect her position, for instance.
It was not easy to conceive of her as being the mother of a son so immaturely mature.
He simply cannot conceive of such a thing; and he has no tolerance for it.
He could not conceive of such daring and such violence in a girl so young.