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Origin of conservative
OTHER WORDS FROM conservative
Example sentences from the Web for conservative
During those three years, we conservatively project that more than 50,000 women and children will be positively impacted.
He is surrounded by attorneys all dressed in their conservatively tailored uniforms.
And these programs have been conservatively documented to save billions.The Real Fight Over Health Care Should Be Against Diabetes and Obesity|Mark Hyman, MD|March 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Shaheen seemed a very ordinary, conservatively dressed, polite young chap.
"So I have been informed," Mr. Hicks replied, conservatively.The Dude Wrangler|Caroline Lockhart
He never stood up for his notions in the face of conservatively indignant people.Gargoyles|Ben Hecht
Such a therapeutic suggestion is, to put it conservatively, gross exaggeration.
My matter-of-fact, conservatively ordered life had been given a crazy twist at the St. Ives.The Firefly Of France|Marion Polk Angellotti
It is progressively conservative—or conservatively progressive.Chapters in Rural Progress|Kenyon L. Butterfield
British Dictionary definitions for conservative (1 of 2)
Derived forms of conservativeconservatively, adverbconservativeness, noun
British Dictionary definitions for conservative (2 of 2)
adjective (in Britain, Canada, and elsewhere)
Medical definitions for conservative
Other words from conservativecon•ser′va•tive•ly adv.
Cultural definitions for conservative
A descriptive term for persons, policies, and beliefs associated with conservatism.