Conceivable Related Quotes
You might be asking too much if you're looking for one vaccine for every conceivable influenza. If you have one or two that cover the vast majority of isolates, I wouldn't be ashamed to call that a 'universal vaccine.'
Free will without fate is no more conceivable than spirit without matter, good without evil.
Sometimes love needed a lift from its guardian angels, to get its feet off the ground. But once it made its first early beats toward flight, it had to be trusted to take wing on its own and soar past the highest conceivable heights, into the heavens-and beyond.
There is no conceivable amount of money worth telling the world that you were beaten up by Liza Minnelli.
Cast off all bonds of prejudice and custom, and let the love of Christ, which is in you, have free course to run out in all conceivable schemes and methods of labour for the souls of men.
It is conceivable that at some point a truly united and powerful European Union could become a global political rival to the United States.
“Our officers are devastated about what took place, ... You try to do everything conceivable to protect, but sometimes it's just not possible.”
“It's certainly conceivable that based on the broad concerns of the mission they may require that training or that the battalion as a whole will do that kind of mission.”
My diminished girth, in tailor phraseology, was hardly conceivable even by my own friends, or my respected medical adviser, until I put on my former clothing, over what I now wear, which is a thoroughly convincing proof of the remarkable change.
One day, maybe not in the next few weeks, but certainly in the conceivable future, someone will be able to refer to me without using the word 'arse' somewhere in the sentence.