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How to use conserve in a sentence

It will not conserve Christianity, but may be purified by it, even if able to flourish without it.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME IJOHN LORD
Barrington back into the present, to conserve his energies, to make him a man of action again.
THE LIGHT THAT LURESPERCY BREBNER
Boil together a few times, and then pour the conserve into cases.
A POETICAL COOK-BOOKMARIA J. MOSS
You have heard how women strive to conserve the lives of children, to make them strong mentally, morally and physically.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND NATIONAL CONSERVATION CONGRESSVARIOUS
There is simply one way to conserve our natural resources, and that is to educate the farmer (applause).
PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND NATIONAL CONSERVATION CONGRESSVARIOUS
A few years ago, we had a rare conserve from Constantinople and Smyrna, called fig-paste.
THE COLLEGE, THE MARKET, AND THE COURTCAROLINE H. DALL
So will they fulfil their official oath, and conserve the great ultimate Purpose of Law itself.
THE TRIAL OF THEODORE PARKERTHEODORE PARKER
She must conserve her health for this; she must develop her powers for this; she must train herself heroically for this.
THE AMERICAN COUNTRY GIRLMARTHA FOOTE CROW
It is better policy to conserve the strength of the beast of burden whether horse or daughter.
THE AMERICAN COUNTRY GIRLMARTHA FOOTE CROW
First, somehow to conserve the work we have already done in the South where the migration is leaving.
NEGRO MIGRATION DURING THE WAREMMETT J. SCOTT
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO CONSERVE

  • conserve
  • curtail
  • cut down
  • economize
  • reduce
  • scrimp
  • trim
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