Conceive a plan to increase profits; conceive a passion for a new acquaintance.
She conceived her first child in London, but her second child was conceived in Paris.
Ancient peoples conceived of the earth as flat.
Couldn't conceive the meaning of that sentence.
- Bible, Luke i. 36.She hath also conceived a son in her old age.
Assisted procreation can help those trying to conceive.
An example of conceive is when a man and a woman create a child.
An example of conceive is when you come up with an idea for a new product.
An example of conceive is when you cannot imagine winning the lottery.
Didn't conceive that such a tragedy could occur.
A political movement that was conceived in the ferment of the 1960s.
Origin of conceive
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition