Origin of conservator
Examples from the Web for conservator
Later, a Riverside judge ruled that Mills would remain as the conservator of her estate.Etta James’s Son Donto Says Addiction Was Part of Famed Singer’s Life|Christine Pelisek|November 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A judge ruled that Mills would remain as the conservator of her estate.Etta James, Who Blazed Trail for Women in R&B, Dead at 73|Christine Pelisek|January 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Not until the Governor of the State, the judge who committed me, and my conservator come to this door will I open it.
Shortly after he went upon this errand, my conservator appeared.
Late in December I was permitted to send letters to my conservator.
It is a conservator of heat and electricity as it is a good insulator.Valere Aude|Louis Dechmann
The Romish church was the conservator of the art-triumphs of the Middle Ages.
British Dictionary definitions for conservator
Word Origin and History for conservator
c.1400, from Anglo-French conservatour, from Latin conservator "keeper, preserver, defender," agent noun of conservare (see conserve).