Examples of conceivably in a Sentence
we could conceivably finish the project next week
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Back in 2009, preseason expectations here high at No. 5, but not on the level that would conceivably come with a team that would go undefeated and win it all.
Conceivably inspired by her multiple pets at home, the comedian expanded her ED Ellen DeGeneres dog line for PetSmart this month to include more than 20 new cat items.
The statue of Lee in the Capitol could even conceivably be replaced by a Virginian who died protesting another public monument to Lee: Heather Heyer.
Oregon produces between 132 tons (120 metric tons) and 900 tons (816 metric tons) more marijuana than what Oregonians can conceivably consume, the report said, using statistics from the legal industry and estimates of illicit grows.
In most every way imaginable, being like Bowden would be a good thing, but there’s one way being like Bowden could conceivably cost you your job.
People involved in campaigns get information every day from foreign sources — starting with the Daily Mail website — that could conceivably help their cause.
With expectations that the Marlins will trade off some premier players for top prospects before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline, conceivably some players in this game could find futures in Miami.
There are countless social patterns besides the black–white IQ gap that could conceivably have genetic causes.
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