Indeed, those two popular personalities could conceivably provide Romney with the formula for landslide victory in November.
But I could conceivably do most of what I do in a food processor by hand.
conceivably, Cornelius Gurlitt could argue in court that at least some of the works acquired by his father belong to him.
James thought that the spirit might conceivably outlive the body.
Both statements are technically defensible (and could conceivably reflect my thinking).
It might therefore be argued that conceivably they were readily accessible to the idea of blood kinship.
In an engagement, he might conceivably defeat Blood's followers.
Fate has a way of telling you all about it—afterward; conceivably, that humanity might continue to reproduce its species.
This could conceivably be of advantage to a man who wanted a lift in the world.
It seemed entirely clear what had happened last night; yet, conceivably, the rocket could have been an hallucination.