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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The notion that Germany’s election result makes Mr Macron’s life much harder is an overstatement—but that is because there was no conceivable coalition that would have bowed before his demands.
Apparently mentally ill people will use any conceivable weapon — a vehicle, a knife, a gun.
The idea was to record images of all different sizes and types of deer, from every conceivable angle, running, walking and standing.
With holograms, students can manipulate organs and bones from every conceivable angle and get an immersive look at the body’s internal landscape.
Robert Turbin was hurt Monday night doing a very Robert Turbin thing, scraping for every conceivable last yard on a screen pass.
Every conceivable machine for slaughtering people is protected under the Second Amendment.
And there are hundreds of Android phones: big, small, cheap, expensive, good, bad, something for every conceivable taste.
But the uncomfortable truth is that under any conceivable system, the poor will always have worse health outcomes than the rich.
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