Examples of conceivably in a Sentence
we could conceivably finish the project next week
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In climate-friendly jurisdictions such as California, a jury could conceivably find in their favour, says Tracy Hester of the University of Houston.
While the slow burn crisis between North Korea and the United States seems to be tapering off, the three carriers could conceivably rendezvous for a strike with a week or two weeks' notice.
Another untouted proposed change that would eliminate personal exemptions would significantly reduce the benefit for some people and conceivably wipe it out for others.
If 50,000 people make an average of $50,000 a year, that’s $2.5 billion a year, conceivably more than $100 million in city income tax revenue.
Given how little revenue the corporate tax collects thanks to its many loopholes, this part of the framework could, conceivably, pay for itself.
In Sunday’s home opener against San Francisco, Rawls could conceivably reinvigorate an anemic running attack that managed just 90 yards in the previous game.
The firm became one of the most valuable companies in the world by building technology capable of doing what no human conceivably could: indexing vast troves of online information.
Such a deception could conceivably result in a night-time crash, such as the one suffered by the McCain.
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