Examples of conceivable in a Sentence
They discussed the question from every conceivable angle.
It is conceivable that she will refuse to go.
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Gilbert did, and the Cavs won a title, helping James erase the one conceivable blemish on his personal playing legacy, now made up of four MVP awards and three championship rings.
In 31 consecutive losses, Kentucky has already scripted out almost every conceivable way to lose to a team, so there’s no shortage of history to draw on for the blueprint to how Mark Stoops’ team comes up short this year.
Gabrielle Union has famously worn nearly every conceivable hair look, and now the beauty-chameleon actor just got a gorgeous new bob that marks a major milestone in her life: This is the first time Union's own hair has ever gotten a major chop.
Fragrant hybrid tea, floribunda, climbing and miniature roses in every conceivable shade, live music and twinkling lights combine to create a magical setting.
Add in rookie Avonte Maddox and 2017 practice-squader De’Vante Bausby, and a conceivable case could be made for the Eagles to keep six cornerbacks.
The only conceivable check on the president’s powers, parliament, is now in the hands of his AK and its ally, the MHP, which took 11% of the vote, about twice as much as most polls had predicted.
Of course, any tax that passes through any conceivable Congress will not end up looking like nice, clean cap-and-dividend program.
The end was that close—and by virtue of playing in a Game 7, that conceivable.
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: able to be imagined : imaginable or possible
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