Pronunciation of Conceptive
/kənsˈɛptɪv/, /kənsˈɛptɪv/, /k_ə_n_s_ˈɛ_p_t_ɪ_v/
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Usage examples for conceptive:
- This imagery and representation of the qualities of the things without, is that which we call our conception, imagination, ideas, notice, or knowledge of them; and the faculty, or power by which we are capable of such knowledge, is that I here call cognitive power, or conceptive, the power of knowing or conceiving. - "Theological Essays", Charles Bradlaugh.
- To his conceptive mind and practical wisdom we are much indebted for the towering greatness and unparalleled prosperity we so eminently enjoy and which will increase and endure so long as the people protect their own interests and are true to themselves. - "Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution", L. Carroll Judson.
- It is full of passages of rare technical excellence, as well as of conceptive beauty: so full, indeed, that the sympathetic reader of it as a drama will be too apt to overlook its radical shortcomings, cast as it is in the dramatic mould. - "Life of Robert Browning", William Sharp.