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- v. Present participle of preconceive.
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There is also opportunity to concoct a reality by preconceiving a story and then getting the quotes to fill in the blanks.
In this sense of the word, God has prepared himself from all eternity by predestination, preconceiving the idea of ordaining some to eternal life.
If the new which originates is _but_ a product of that which was already in existence, and if the latter does not aim at the production of the new, then the new is equivalent to the preceding; and it is but an illusion of man, preconceiving an end, when in the products of nature he discriminates between higher and lower.
Iago's coolness, -- the coolness of a preconceiving experimenter.
I feel as if my reason wanted to leave me, as if it would burst its poor weak tenement: again I try to compose myself, I grow cool, and preconceiving the dreadful loss, I endeavour to retain the useful guest.
Don Chambers: This album is the first one I really worked on demoing the songs - in garageband - and preconceiving ideas about structure and sound.
The first three lines happily state the nature and foundation of the friendship between him and Iago, — the purse, — as also the contrast of Roderigo’s intemperance of mind with Iago’s coolness, — the coolness of a preconceiving experimenter.