The fullness of life arrived through characters so well-conceived they were startling.
Indeed, even the most well-conceived and precisely executed military campaign would have unintended consequences.
He looked far into the future, and in vision saw a splendid town built on a well-conceived, harmonious plan.
It was a well-conceived idea, but unfortunate for the Indian.
His forward passes to Goodhue and the ends were well-conceived, beautifully executed, and frequently successful.
In an instant his well-conceived project had gone by the board.
But the timidity and vacillation of Alenon frustrated the well-conceived design.
They were treated, unexpectedly, to a well-conceived anticlimax.
These cases, he thinks, would be 'uncommonly rare' under a well-conceived system.
His discoveries were never purely accidental, but were made in accordance with a well-conceived plan.
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.