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conceived

[ kuhn-seevd ]
/ kənˈsivd /
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adjective
having been formed, originated, or expressed: The manuscript is more a series of anecdotes than a fully conceived novel.The dinner started with a brilliantly conceived trio of appetizers.
having come into existence as the product of fertilization:Scientists continue to study how the single cell of a newly conceived zygote differentiates into the many cells that make up the various body parts of a developing fetus.
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The rainy weather could not ________ my elated spirits on my graduation day.
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OTHER WORDS FROM conceived

un·con·ceived, adjectivewell-con·ceived, adjective
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