conserve

[ verb kuhn-surv; noun kon-surv, kuhn-surv ]SEE DEFINITION OF conserve

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSERVE

He could preach, but could not conserve the results of his preaching.

In the evening you are tired and you should conserve your strength.

The most important principle is to conserve every particle of moisture in the soil.

Let us sum up how the various resources may be used to conserve one another.

In the canning of tomatoes, why is it desirable to conserve the juices?

In my search for what is true, I will conserve my integrity and maintain my independence.

Both wished to conserve their energies for the approaching struggle.

Some of these laws were ceremonial, to conserve their religion, that they might not forget their God.

They could conserve their energy as soon as they discovered the trap.

Yet it means money in the pockets of the people to conserve fish!

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