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conceptive (adj.)

1630s, "capable of conceiving mentally;" 1640s, "capable of conceiving physically;" from Latin conceptivus, from concept-, past participle stem of concipere "to take in" (see conceive). Shakespeare used conceptious "fruitful."

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Definitions of conceptive from WordNet

conceptive (adj.)
capable of conceiving;
Synonyms: impregnable
From wordnet.princeton.edu