Definition of Reconceives

1. Verb. (third-person singular of reconceive) ¹



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Definition of Reconceives

1. reconceive [v] - See also: reconceive

Lexicographical Neighbors of Reconceives

recompositions
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recompressed
recompresses
recompressing
recomputation
recomputations
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recomputed
recomputes
recomputing
recon
reconaissance
reconceive
reconceived
reconceives (current term)
reconceiving
reconcentrate
reconcentrated
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reconcentrating
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reconcentrations
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reconceptualisation
reconceptualisations
reconceptualise
reconceptualised
reconceptualises

Literary usage of Reconceives

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Music: Devoted to the Art, Science, Technic and Literature of Music (1893)
"The thirty-three variations on a valse of Diabelli, are the most stupendous; the manner in which the composer reconceives the musical and artistic ..."

2. The Civil Polity of the United States Considered in Its Theory and Practice by Meeds Tuthill (1883)
"History appeals to a thinking which reconceives it, and Man would have no history but for fellow-men, in whose memories the past is garnered up. ..."

3. The Affirmative Intellect: An Account of the Origin and Mission of the by Charles Ferguson (1901)
"The revolution goes to the root of the matter, and reconceives the whole legal system from the ground up. New laws are indeed to be made, and old ones set ..."

4. Signposts in Cyberspace: The Domain Name System And Internet Navigation by National Research Council (U.S.), National Research Council (2005)
"In doing so, it reconceives ICANN as a narrower, more technically focused body whose decisions would be limited to those that affect the ability of the root ..."

5. Religion and Life: Chapel Addresses by Members of the Faculty of the by Meadville Theological School (1909)
"That relationship Paul reconceives; he remains a loyal Jew, but a Jew with a difference. Christianity, as we know it, needed the formative influence of his ..."

6. Religion and Life: Chapel Addresses by Members of the Faculty of the by Meadville Theological School (1909)
"That relationship Paul reconceives; he remains a loyal Jew, but a Jew with a difference. Christianity, as we know it, needed the formative influence of his ..."

7. Religion and Life: Chapel Addresses by Members of the Faculty of the by Meadville Theological School (1909)
"That relationship Paul reconceives; he remains a loyal Jew, but a Jew with a difference. Christianity, as we know it, needed the formative influence of his ..."

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