conceivably conceivably  /kən ˈsi vəb li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) within the realm of possibility

News

  1. Motives of DNA ruling suspect

    It might be tempting to cheer the U.S. Supreme Court's decision allowing a vast expansion of police power to conduct searches without suspicion, much less warrants. After all, the authority to collect DNA conceivably could lead police to solve old crimes
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Hazleton Standard-Speaker

  2. DNA decision violates Fourth Amendment

    It might be tempting to cheer the U.S. Supreme Court's decision allowing a vast expansion of police power to conduct searches without suspicion, much less warrants. After all, the authority to collect DNA conceivably could lead police to solve old crimes
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Pottsville Republican & Herald

Quotes

  1. "You can conceivably bring in 15 angels and 20 saints, led by Mother Teresa, to come in and testify to my good character and my integrity and all the rest; it wouldn't matter. There's no chance whatsoever to have a fair hearing," Blagojevich...
    on Jan 26, 2009 By: Rod Blagojevich Source: Reuters

  2. "It's wide open," Gonzalez said. "Anybody in camp could conceivably be in that rotation."
    on Mar 6, 2007 By: Fredi Gonzalez Source: SI.com

  3. "New York is a crap shoot," Boeheim said. "Anyone can win there. We proved it last year as a No. 9 seed. Any of the 12 teams can conceivably win the tournament and I wouldn't put it past anybody. We did it last year and came in playing...
    on Mar 6, 2007 By: Jim Boeheim Source: SI.com

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