Origin of conception
OTHER WORDS FROM conceptioncon·cep·tion·al, adjective con·cep·tive, adjective post·con·cep·tion, adjective re·con·cep·tion, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for conception
Spar has a new book titled The Baby Business: How Money, Science and Politics Drive the Commerce of Conception.Want Blue Eyes With That Baby?: The Strange New World of Human Reproduction |Eleanor Clift |November 24, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
He completely disrupts not only the conception of architecture—but also the fabrication, the mise en oeuvre of architecture.
In fact, the airplane and the movie were more or less simultaneous in conception (the movie opened in 1968).
North Dakota has a less subtle constitutional amendment on the ballot stating that life begins at conception.America’s Most Important (and Wackiest) Referendums This November |Ben Jacobs |October 22, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
“Unfortunately some people are not careful about the moment of conception,” he said in warning.The Iranian Islamic Fundamentalist’s Handbook on Sex in the West |IranWire |July 25, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
This conception is akin to that of potential, except that it is given to us directly by our sense of heat.
Sometimes, however, a more than usual vividness of conception will make up for the want of this frequent coxistence.
It is generally a gross approximation of the conception of the Infinite Being to the likeness of man.An Essay on the Evils of Popular Ignorance |John Foster
It is this conception that makes rebellion so rare and so dangerous.Essays in Rebellion |Henry W. Nevinson
To Catherine de' Medici—perhaps justly—has been given the credit—or infamy, if you will—of its conception and execution.