|concept englanniksi||conceit fr|
*: In laughing, there ever procedeth a conceit of somewhat ridiculous.
*: a man wise in his own conceit
: a man of quick conceit
*: How often, alas! did her eyes say unto me that they loved! and yet I, not looking for such a matter, had not my conceit open to understand them.
*: His wits as thick as Tewksbury mustard; there is no more conceit in him than is in a mallet.
*: By him that me boughte, than quod Dysdayne, / I wonder sore he is in suche cenceyte.
*: On his way to the gibbet, a freak took him in the head to go off with a conceit.
*: Some to conceit alone their works confine, / And glittering thoughts struck out at every line.
*: Tasso is full of conceits ... which are not only below the dignity of heroic verse but contrary to its nature.
*: Plumed with conceit he calls aloud.
*: Those whose ... vulgar apprehensions conceit but low of matrimonial purposes.
*: The strong, by conceiting themselves weak, are therebly rendered as inactive ... as if they really were so.
*: One of two bad ways you must conceit me, / Either a coward or a flatterer.