concept

[ kon-sept ]SEE DEFINITION OF concept

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They will test our courage, our devotion to duty, and our concept of liberty.

I felt this the more when to the concept of Infinitude I added that of Intelligence.

A non-loving Universal Thought was too monstrous a concept to entertain.

To attempt to eliminate fear and retain this concept of God is vain.

He would rather live and die in fear than change this concept of God.

He has succeeded in proving experimentally the concept of tensors.

This concept is expressed in the girl scout's motto, “Be prepared.”

With that face among my memories, my concept of perfection was different than it had been.

Yet the core, or the vital, functioning part of a concept is its meaning.

Their minds had had no concept of such horror, such relentless, racking pain.

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