conservator

[ kon-ser-vey-ter, kuh n-sur-vuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF conservator

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Is God not only the Creator but the Conservator of all things?

There may be a question as to my being a conservative, but there is no doubt that I am a conservator.

But even in the matter of elided consonants American is not always the conservator.

I do not believe that the church is a conservator of civilization.

The Conservator of orthodoxy is the Holy Ghost in a purified heart.

You are not only to be the conservator of your own strength, but her protector as well.

Was that a proper act for an officer, a conservator of the peace?

It is a conservator of heat and electricity as it is a good insulator.

Browning's Prince is not a conservator possessed by this enthusiasm.

It begins to look as if he were the experimenter, she the conservator.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1400, from Anglo-French conservatour, from Latin conservator "keeper, preserver, defender," agent noun of conservare (see conserve).

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curator

nouncaretaker of collection
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