Related formscon·ceiv·a·bil·i·ty, con·ceiv·a·ble·ness, nouncon·ceiv·a·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for conceivable
It is conceivable, if highly unlikely, that most Palestinians will try to pull back from the brink.Intifada 3.0: Growing Unrest and a Plot to Kill an Israeli Minister|Creede Newton|November 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This is, in every conceivable way, a recipe for catastrophe.
Is it not at least conceivable that the American electorate has changed the way it views women candidates?
There is no conceivable justification for treating people born on Tuesday differently than other people in terms of driving.Judges Now Recognize Anti-Gay Marriage Laws Are Irrational|Geoffrey R. Stone|April 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As a forensic meteorologist, Altschule is called in to investigate just about every conceivable mishap related to weather.As de Blasio Loses Roker, Call In the Weather Detective|Michael Daly|February 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Where she has lived—and how—is a problem to which not the faintest solution is conceivable.The Purple Cloud|M.P. Shiel
He has written poems of wonderful power on almost every conceivable subject.Wild Wales|George Borrow
The sun is ever losing heat far more rapidly than it can be renewed from any known or conceivable source.Island Life|Alfred Russel Wallace
There are no conceivable ethical or religious interests and no humane goals or values that justify these things.Preaching and Paganism|Albert Parker Fitch
It is conceivable that a speaker may be effective in spite of stumbling—but never because of it.The Art of Public Speaking|Dale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein