Definition of conceivability in English:

conceivability

noun

  • See conceivable

    • ‘Orr's criterion for possibility is conceivability.’
    • ‘Hence the conceivability of an autonomously operating rational soul.’
    • ‘Descartes is indeed considering the view of possibility as conceivability, but in doing so he is merely acknowledging what ‘everyone commonly means’ by ‘possible’.’
    • ‘There was no universe, no sheer conceivability, merely absence of cognitive ability.’
    • ‘Many evolutionary biologists are satisfied with a very undemanding form of ability or capacity-namely conceivability.’

Pronunciation

conceivability

/kənsiːvəˈbɪlɪti/