In 2006, Fast Food Nation, a film which McLaren conceived and co-produced, débuted at the Cannes Film Festival.
Did that story change how you conceived of the whole collection?
According to Travolta, quite a good chunk of the dance routine was conceived on the spot.
“He was living in Tennessee, working for a moving company [when Caylee was conceived],” says MacLean.
In Elizabeth Warren's version of the speech, taxes can be conceived as something like a fee.
Padding back and forth were things which might have been conceived by demons.
Such conduct is as wicked and dangerous to the state as any that can be conceived.
Or can I persuade him to dream with me of a more living faith than either he or I had as yet conceived as possible?
Ere long he conceived the plan of publishing a newspaper of his own.
So I conceived the idea that it would be better for me to change my position, provided I should find a suitable person.
late 13c., conceiven, "take (seed) into the womb, become pregnant," from stem of Old French conceveir (Modern French concevoir), from Latin concipere (past participle conceptus) "to take in and hold; become pregnant," from com-, intensive prefix (see com-), + comb. form of capere "to take," from PIE *kap- "to grasp" (see capable). Meaning "take into the mind" is from mid-14c., a figurative sense also found in the Old French and Latin words. Related: Conceived; conceiving.
conceive con·ceive (kən-sēv')
v. con·ceived, con·ceiv·ing, con·ceives
To become pregnant.
To apprehend mentally; to understand.