noun, plural con·ser·va·toires [kuh n-sur-vuh-twahrz, -sur-vuh-twahrz; French kawn-ser-va-twar] /kənˌsɜr vəˈtwɑrz, -ˈsɜr vəˌtwɑrz; French kɔ̃ sɛr vaˈtwar/.
Origin of conservatoire
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I was very angry with him, for this idea of the Conservatoire was his.
I had forgotten that he was director of the Conservatoire, just as I had forgotten everything else.
Every morning I went to the Conservatoire with my governess.
I recognised Lontine's sister, as she had come several times to the Conservatoire.
This flour-dealer was the one who had asked me to be his wife when I was at the Conservatoire.