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Conceit, - Confession,
Conduce, to lead, to tend: “the reasons you allege do more c. to the hot passion of distempered blood,” Troil. II, 2, 168. “within my soul there doth c. a fight of this strange nature that a thing inseparate divides . . .,” V, 2, 147; i. e. a fight of this nature (reason combating itself) brings me there (== to that state or extremity) to see two quite different things in one.