preconception

[ pree-kuh n-sep-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF preconception

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Already some notion of preconception has possessed the observer.

That is, they approach the Bible without any preconception whatsoever.

It was his first vision of anything corresponding to his preconception of Italy.

He who experiments must, while doing so, divest himself of every preconception.

He was not in pursuit of money by truckling to current preconception or prejudice.

He comes to his art without prejudice or preconception of any kind, it appears.

Much the same may be said about the preconception of engineering results in several other ancient works.

One doesn't like to see a pair of eyes measuring us against a preconception quelconque.

On the whole, though against her preconception, Laura thought him an honest lover, and not the player of a double game.

The very conception of disordered action implies a preconception of well-ordered action.

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