con·ceive / kənˈsēv/ • v. [tr.] (often be conceived) 1. become pregnant with (a child): she was conceived when her father was 49. ∎ [intr.] (of a woman) become pregnant: five months ago Wendy conceived.2. form or devise (a plan or idea) in the mind: the project was originally conceived in 1977 | [as adj.] (conceived) a brilliantly conceived robbery. ∎ form a mental representation of; imagine: without society an individual cannot be conceived as having rights| [intr.] we could not conceive of such things happening to us. ∎ become affected by (a feeling).
So conceivable XVI.