Simple past tense and past participle of conceive.(verb)
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Use "conceived" in a sentence
"The term 'transgendered', like the term 'queer', is a term conceived broadly enough to potentially include medieval people: a certain percentage of persons who describe themselves with this term live either in-between genders or in some other complex relationship with the binary of male and female."
"So then in God the Word conceived by the intellect of the Father is the name of a person, but all things that are in the Father’s knowledge, whether they refer to the essence or to the persons, or to the works of God, are expressed by this Word, as Augustine declares.8 And, among other things expressed by this Word, the eternal law itself is expressed thereby."
"Of course, images like this are really conceived from the start as an x-ray-specs version of art, so it's no wonder they have the same grace as artistic bodies with skin on."