verb (used with object), con·ceived, con·ceiv·ing.
verb (used without object), con·ceived, con·ceiv·ing.
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Indeed, even the most well-conceived and precisely executed military campaign would have unintended consequences.
The fullness of life arrived through characters so well-conceived they were startling.
It was a well-conceived scheme; for the roofs of those huts were of corrugated iron and the stones made an abominable noise.A Padre in France|George A. Birmingham
That requires a building of irregular outline and broken, but well-conceived sky-line.
Entrée Dishes are always, when at their best, ripe with well-conceived and well-balanced ornament.Chats on Old Sheffield Plate|Arthur Hayden
But the timidity and vacillation of Alenon frustrated the well-conceived design.History of the Rise of the Huguenots|Henry Baird
The work should be systematically and continuously carried forward in accordance with some well-conceived plan.State of the Union Addresses of Theodore Roosevelt|Theodore Roosevelt