conservationist

[ kon-ser-vey-shuh-nist ]SEE DEFINITION OF conservationist

Synonyms for conservationist

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

He was never a conservationist, never a business man; in the pine woods and on the Yukon he was only after the cream.

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

Every true Conservationist believes in developing the country rapidly as possible.

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

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

WORD ORIGIN

1870, from conservation + -ist. The ecological sense is from 1922.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONSERVATIONIST

naturalist

nounwildlife expert
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