Definition of conceive:
Midland, draw a conclusion/an inference, cotton, count, appraise, weigh, carry, conjure, artificial insemination, appreciate, comprehend, register, ken, seize, cerebrate, fancy, retrieve, hold, conceptualize, mean, trust, take, make out, call up, conceit, visualization, fantasy, figure, reckon, feature, tumble, cast, grasp, cognize, behold, fertilization, assisted reproduction, regard, conceptualise, work out, cerebrate, study, deem, vision, infer, measure, fertilise, assimilate, decipher, recollect, take in, read, think up, sum up, discern, conception, frame, accept, visualize, sense, fertilize, catch on, come up with, understand, follow, debate, moot, compass, dope out, look at, envisage, breed, think, bear, project, believe, have visions of (doing) something, see, get, deal, recognize, deliberate, devise, know, hit on, grok, allow, call back, recall, strategize, turn over, lay, judge, beget, remember, cogitate, have a bun in the oven, gestate, planned, decode, view, esteem, dig, father, dream, give (full) rein to something/give something (full) rein, image, catch, read into, fathom, picture, apprehend, savvy, feel, twig, intuit, consider.
- create (part of speech: verb)
- imagine (part of speech: verb)
- begin (part of speech: verb)
- originate (part of speech: verb)
- suppose (part of speech: verb)
- plan (part of speech: verb)
- "The Prime Minister", W.H.G. Kingston.
- "The Gold of Chickaree", Susan Warner.
- "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. XII. (of XII.)", Edmund Burke.