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noun as in environmental activist

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A co-author of the study, she’s a conservationist at Oxford Brookes University in England.

For generations, conservationists have trained in the art of ensuring near-perfect authenticity in their restoration work.

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Other conservationists in Barlow’s area may need to have 30 to 40 security guards on staff to make sure that the animals are constantly protected.

Instead, conservationists now seek genetic variation that gives the plants more options for what the future will throw at them.

Independents make up a third of the Montana electorate, and in this critical election year, Daines’s ability to convince those voters of his trustworthiness as a conservationist may decide the partisan balance of the Senate.

There is no effort on the part of the Conservationist to interfere with any duty that the State ought to and can perform.

Make this a rule and you will avoid friction and show yourself truly a conservationist with the best.

He admitted to his friend, conservationist Gifford Pinchot, that the problem would have to be faced someday, but not during a war.

The beaver is a valuable conservationist, but there are localities in which he cannot be tolerated.

The bear will gorge himself on these cherries, and he is no conservationist.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conservationist, such as: environmentalist, green, guardian, preservationist, and tree hugger.

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