Conservative

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Definition

conservative: traditional, opposed to change; prudent, reserved
adjective

a conservative: someone opposed to change, a reactionary; a member of the British Conservative Party
noun

Examples

  • "These days conservatives are often associated with strong religious beliefs as well."
  • "Republicans are sometimes called 'conservatives', which refers both to their conservative views on the economy, but also to their social values."
  • "Republicans are sometimes called 'conservatives', which refers both to their conservative views on the economy, but also to their social values."
  • "Are they liberal or conservative?"
  • "modest version for the more conservative countries."
  • "An outspoken conservative businessman, speaking on condition of anonymity, went so far as to say that the new line is another ploy by liberals to exploit easily-influenced consumers."

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