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conservation
Definition:
Act of keeping entire or unimpaired.

Synonyms:

noun
act
conservation.
cognition
conservation.
conservation
preservation.
custody
custody, engagement, grasp, maintenance, reservation, retention.
economizing
frugality.
environmental science
ecology.
event
conservation, preservation.
preservation
archive, asylum, attention, bank, bottle, can, care, conservancy, conserving, control, custody, directing, economy, freezing, governing, guardianship, keeping, library, maintenance, management, mummification, preservation, preserving, protecting, protection, quick-freeze, refrigeration, safekeeping, salvation, sanctuary, saving, stewardship, storage, supervising, supervision, sustentation, upkeep, Embalming, Managing, cherishing, safeguarding, guarding, preserval.
temperance
abnegation, abstinence, asceticism, austerity, frugality, moderation, prudence, restraint, self-denial, soberness, sobriety, temperance, self-deprivation, sober-mindedness.
upkeep
out lay.
Examples of usage:
  1. Conference on Conservation Held at the White House. – History of the United States, Volume 6 (of 6) by E. Benjamin Andrews
  2. Be that as it may, the points in relation to our subject are that Shelley's emphasis is upon the conservation of beauty, while Keats's emphasis is upon the evolution of new beauty. –  by
  3. I see more clearly still, now, what I meant by insisting on the conservation of intellectual energy. – An Ocean Tramp by William McFee
  4. Some of these represented mere crotchets, but they were all intended to aid in that conservation of English undefiled which was so dear a purpose to Mr. Bryant. – Recollections of a Varied Life by George Cary Eggleston
  5. It isn't that I've spent the whole of my fortune and my friend's fortune in this conservation scheme. – Lord Stranleigh Abroad by Robert Barr

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