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Spell check of conceive

Correct spelling: conceive

Synonyms:
recall, grok, twig, devise, figure, grasp, esteem, see, propose, germinate, catch on, count, observe, comprehend, debate, daydream, originate, moot, build, dawn, take in, trust, judge, compass, dream, regard, follow, expect, formulate, bear, introduce, contemplate, study, generate, suppose, birth, view, remember, recollect, cognize, form, turn over, chart, imagine, create, aim, ideate, cotton, believe, reflect, opine, savvy, coordinate, brainstorm, hatch, sprout, register, intend, anticipate, plot, undertake, picture, carry, read, feel, fantasize, call back, inaugurate, initialize, assimilate, perceive, consider, look at, dope out, discern, make, initiate, lay, presume, mean, envision, deliberate, conceptualise, visualize, deal, conceptualize, blueprint, understand, scheme, behold, weigh, decipher, produce, dig, reckon, get, envisage, call up, Midland, catch, vision, speculate, guess, spring, start, institute, fancy, know, design, sense, theorize, begin, philosophize, arrange, planned, stem, fabricate, hypothesize, conjecture, bud, recognize, frame, cogitate, prophesy, take, gestate, appreciate, work out, retrieve, allow, develop, feature, premeditate, accept, prepare, cast, project, fantasy, construct, contrive, apprehend, commence, seize, strategize, cerebrate, ken, think, tumble, deem, fathom, decode, emerge, conceit, embark, hold, intuit, have a bun in the oven, make out, plan, image, conjure, induct, invent.

Antonyms:
lose, question, doubt, discredit, ignore, reject, distrust, misapprehend, mistake, miss, misconceive, misunderstand, disbelieve, mistrust, suspect, overlook, misinterpret, misperceive, misconstrue, misread.

Examples of usage:

1) I could not conceive what our captors were about, or why they should be thus active at so early an hour. - "A Lady's Captivity among Chinese Pirates in the Chinese Seas", Fanny Loviot.

2) I do not conceive myself to have any special duty to Annie Hyde. - "The Maid of Maiden Lane", Amelia E. Barr.

3) The new soul in him can conceive nothing less. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.

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