Examples of conceivably in a Sentence
we could conceivably finish the project next week
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The Bengals could, conceivably, match any offer and then try to trade McCarron once his contract situation is set.
What that means, conceivably, is that doctors could skip—or, at least, significantly shorten the duration of—the broad-spectrum antibiotic and go right to the drug that has the best shot of working on that specific strain.
Florida could conceivably take a shot to get in field goal range and then let kicker Eddy Pineiro try to win the game.
Given how rare mass shootings are, and the attendant difficulties with discerning meaningful predictors about who will commit them, the only meaningful intervention that could conceivably prevent these sorts of acts is gun control.
Murdock, a Rice University professor, said a severe undercount could conceivably impact the apportioning of 435 seats in Congress based on population gains and losses tallied in the census.
The move could conceivably set-up a legal showdown between federal prosecutors and state officials.
Well, if a race is within half a percentage point after all the votes are tallied, an automatic recount is triggered that could conceivably flip the result.
The Razorbacks could, conceivably, still go to a bowl.
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