The church has been the conserver and propagator of spiritual force.
The cirque, therefore, is at once the product of the glacier and its generator and conserver.
A fish-feeder, he was born to be a conserver as well as a destroyer of the creatures on which he fed.
He is, in reality, a conserver of all that is valuable in old methods.
A theory of evolution, however, resting on these principles cannot dispense with a Creator and Conserver of the world and of life.
And from whom did Tolstoy learn more than from that conserver of the pristine and dominating Russian traits, the moujik?
Nearly the whole dictionary consisted of Conserver, Conservation, Conservateur; to be in good odor,—that was the point.