conceive conceive  /kən ˈsiv/


  1. (v) have the idea for
  2. (v) judge or regard; look upon; judge
  3. (v) become pregnant; undergo conception


  1. Justin Rose returns to Travelers Championship on little rest as U.S. Open champion

    Justin Rose could not conceive of a better way to kick off his post-U.S. Open title career than kicking back with a little R&R at this week’s Travelers Championship. “I enjoy coming to Hartford,” Rose, who outlasted Phil Mickelson and 154 other golfers in the birdie-free zone that was Merion Golf Club, told reporters Tuesday ahead of this week’s event at TPC River Highlands. “I’ve always just ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: SB Nation

  2. Galaxy 61 Brings Game to Nick at Nite Promo

    New York, NY -- When Nick at Nite needed a bold design-driven promo package to herald the network’s new block of children’s programming, loyalkaspar once again called upon Galaxy 61 to do what they do best – conceive, create and deliver something very cool - very quickly.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Animation World Network

  3. Fairhaven Health's Dr. Amos Grunebaum Says Fertility Awareness Leads to Babies

    Recent research suggests that many trying-to-conceive couples resort to invasive fertility treatment before exhausting natural options like tracking ovulation, preconception care, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle – cornerstones of Fairhaven Health’s philosophy. (PRWeb June 19, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 19, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "In retrospect, given the opportunity to choose between failure and success, he chose failure," McCain said. "I cannot conceive of a commander-in-chief making that choice."
    on Jul 25, 2008 By: John McCain Source: Reuters AlertNet

  2. "I cannot for the life of me conceive that a country like that would commit suicide," said al-Faisal, adding that he prefers not to speculate about what he called the "dire consequences" of a Sunni-Shia civil war.
    on Jan 15, 2007 By: Saud al-Faisal Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "He was by nature bound to a style of excess," said EL Doctorow, who worked with Mailer in the 1960s as an editor at the Dial Press. "There were times when you would be fed up with him, but if you could conceive of American culture of the...
    on Aug 16, 2007 By: EL Doctorow Source: Prince George Citizen

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repudiate repudiate
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