Technically, conceptually, and stylistically the Shroud makes no sense as a medieval artwork.
But on a much smaller level, I think about how I would have conceptually linked these things.
But conceptually what he tried was really creative; if it had worked, he would have been a hero.
conceptually, the “Angel of Death” was a cultural mainstay in continental Europe and the British Isles by the late Middle Ages.
conceptually, creating a fantasy world unto itself is a more dynamic and immersive approach to the book.
The bee may be only perceptually intelligent; the man who observes its action may or may not be conceptually intelligent.
We need not regard them conceptually as unchangeable or irreplaceable.
That is, it is felt as repeated and conceptually comprehended.
The events of sense perception permit also conceptually of infinite division in their spatial relations.
Whatever a dozen men may agree on conceptually, will be differently thought of by any one woman.
1820, "pertaining to mental conception" (there is an isolated use from 1662), from Medieval Latin conceptualis, from Latin conceptus "a collecting, gathering, conceiving," past participle of concipere (see conceive). Related: Conceptualism; conceptualist.
conceptual con·cep·tu·al (kən-sěp'chōō-əl)
Relating to concepts or the the formation of concepts.