conceive (v.) Old form(s): conceiu'd , conceiue
imagine, fancy
Oth IV.ii.94[Emilia to Desdemona, of Othello] what does this gentleman conceive?
TN V.i.360[Fabian to Olivia] myself and Toby / Set this device against Malvolio here, / Upon some stubborn and uncourteous parts / We had conceived against him
WT III.ii.195[Paulina to Leontes, of Mamillius] whose honourable thoughts ... cleft the heart / That could conceive a gross and foolish sire / Blemished his gracious dam
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