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conceptive (n., adj.)
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A conceptive is an introject based off a concept. This can be used as an umbrella term for introjects who are musicatives, clusterjects, and etc.

It can also be used for introjects who feel like that do not fit exactly into those terms, and are rather the concept of something (rather than said thing).[1]

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If the concept is meaningful to the system as a whole, a conceptive may be considered a metamate.

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