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Spell check of concept

Correct spelling: concept

Synonyms:
picture, fantasy, idea, premise, fancy, faith, pattern, basis, conjecture, construct, question, observation, theorem, paradigm, image, assumption, matter, ideation, belief, issue, supposition, cogitation, intellection, mind's eye, creation, statement, commitment, perception, ideal, judgment, assertion, archetype, point, conceit, inkling, purpose, thought, apprehension, stereotype, brainstorm, essay, thoughts, presumption, dissertation, impression, query, inference, opinion, innovation, argument, theory, axiom, design, hypothesis, topic, position, subject, text, excogitation, inspiration, exposition, thesis, theme, imagination, invention, consideration, plan, generality, contention, postulation, problem, vision, principle, notion, abstraction, model, philosophy, sentiment, conception, reflection, motif.

Antonyms:
actuality, misconception, reality, fact, substance.

Examples of usage:

1) Dirrul said slowly, feeling for words that would express the idea as he felt it, When I was in the center of the galaxy, looking out on space, I almost grasped a new concept but I lost it when the Agronian patrol attacked me. - "The Instant of Now", Irving E. Cox, Jr..

2) If intuition is mingled with intellectual concepts appearing in a philosophical or scientific work, why not then say that the intuitive quality disappears and becomes part of the intellectual concept and that the scientific or philosophic work becomes a work of intuition or a work of art as a whole? - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

3) Iversen would have been glad to see Harkaway make good, too, only such a concept seemed utterly beyond the bounds of possibility. - "Once a Greech", Evelyn E. Smith.

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