conceit (n.)
view, opinion, judgement
E3 III.i.105[King John to Philip] tell me ... what is thy conceit, / Touching the challenge that the English make
H8 II.iii.74[Lord Chamberlain to Anne] I shall not fail t'approve the fair conceit / The King hath of you
MV III.v.58[Launcelot to Lorenzo] for your coming in to dinner, sir, why let it be as humours and conceits shall govern
TG III.ii.17[Duke to Proteus] the good conceit I hold of thee
SHAKESPEARE'S WORDS © 2018 DAVID CRYSTAL & BEN CRYSTAL