Capable of being anticipated, considered, or imagined
That might be a conceivable development of usage.
The advocates of the continuity of matter assert that the smallest conceivable body has parts, and that whatever has parts may be divided.
In such a case it is conceivable that a revelation might be given in order to add strength to the moral law.
The former is concerned with the laws that regulate phenomena in all conceivable cases: the latter is concerned with the application of these laws.
Independent boilers are made in every conceivable size and form of construction, and many of them are capable of doing excellent work.