conceit (v.)
conceive an idea [of], think, imagine
JC I.iii.162[Cassius to Casca, of Brutus] our great need of him / You have right well conceited [also: express vividly]
JC III.i.192[Antony to all] one of two bad ways you must conceit me, / Either a coward, or a flatterer
Oth III.iii.148[Iago to Othello] your wisdom ... / From one that so imperfectly conceits, / Would take no notice [F; Q1 conjects]
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