conception[ kuh n-sep-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF conception
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCEPTION
She was not a woman in the habit of reasoning, and had no conception of the difficulties in his way.
My conception of the love of God lacked just that quality—intensity.
It is just because she has no conception of what she is about!
I wonder if you have the least conception of how those boys looked?
Young Ried had no conception of the sacrifice for which he had asked.
Shakespeare should never have used this incident; it is a blot on his conception.
He has no conception of what to do, and his folly is to feign folly.
There is no effacing that conception from the New Testament.
With that conception of the two men in his mind, he began to write his play.
This is the Dutch conception of a welcome after five months!
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONCEPTION
- breadth of view
- castles in the air
- head trip
- mental picture
- pie in the sky
- pipe dream
- point of view