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Correct spelling:
reserve
Definition:
To set aside for future use; to keep as one's own; as, to reserve all rights in a book; to except from something granted.

Synonyms:

adjective
additional
extra.
substitute
Substitutive, proxier, vicarial, substitute.
supplementary
auxiliary.
noun
attribute
reserve, modesty.
calmness
restraint, demureness, caution, formality, uncommunicativeness, inhibition, aloofness, remoteness, unresponsiveness.
coolness of manner
restraint, repression, demureness, diffidence, constraint, aloofness, calmness, suppression, taciturnity, shyness, reluctance, formality, backwardness, modesty, caution, inhibition, self-restraint, reservation, coyness, secretiveness, quietness, coldness, uncommunicativeness, silence, unresponsiveness, reticence.
diffidence
unassertiveness, insecurity, mousiness, timorousness, sheepishness, in security, self-consciousness.
financial institution
bank.
hang-up
hang up, obsession, hangup.
humility
docility, subservience, docilities, nonresistance, subjection, lack of pride, obsequiousness, self-abasement, unobtrusiveness, fawning, self-abnegation, Non-resistance.
merchandise
stock.
modesty
self-effacement, discreetness, demureness, bashfulness, humbleness, Pruderies, simplicity, prudery, Lowliness, lack of pretension, innocence.
nest egg
piggy bank, emergency fund, life savings, sinking fund, something for a rainy day, unexpended balance, piggy banks, money in the bank, emergency funds, reserve fund, something to fall back on, rainy day fund.
pride
arrogance.
quantity
reserve.
repertoire
repertoire.
reserve
spare, allow, backlog, modesty, book, nonoperational, unnecessary, reservation, unneeded, earmark, hold, set-aside, stockpile, substitute, reticence, retain, taciturnity, inactive, appropriate, military reserve.
reserved
in readiness, withdrawn, reserved, waiting, saved, ready, withheld, kept back, kept, in stock, in store, kept aside, out of circulation.
resource
wherewithal, capital, Resources, stock-in-trade, revenue, expedients, means.
restraint
self-government, self-discipline, withholdings, restraint, inhibition.
savings
mattress full, gleanings.
self-control
selfcontrol, self-constraint, strength of character.
silence
speechlessness, saturninity, laconism, iron curtain, Inarticulateness, muteness, reticence, dead air, quietness, noiselessness.
standby
replacement, temporaries, stalwarts, Temps, pinch-hitter, temp.
stash
stash.
substitute
vicar, succedaneum, temporary expedient, Succedanea, understudy, standby, locum, supplanter, changeling, dernier ressort, procurator, changelings, procurators, locum tenens.
supply
stockpile, plant, stash, inventory, insurance, drop, nest egg, emergency fund, assets, ace in hole, store, savings, cache, reservoir, backlog, wealth, Resources, rainy day fund, capital, hoard, fund, stock, provisions.
uncertainty
inconclusiveness, Uncertainties, lack of confidence, Questionableness, unpredictabilities, unpredictability.
verb
communication
reserve.
conserve
preserve, maintain, save, keep, conserve.
hold for future use
schedule, contract, engage, book, bespeak, Preengage, secure, prearrange.
keep, hold back
squirrel away, maintain, postpone, hold, store up, have, keep out, preserve, squirrel, lay up, put off, retain, set aside, conserve, save, delay, put away, defer, withhold, keep back, possess, put by, stow away, duck.
means
savings.
possession
reserve.
qualify
qualify, limit, mitigate, except, allow, temper, stipulate, modify.
retain
prevent, retain, hold, hinder.
withdraw
suppress, recall, withdraw, revoke, retract, withhold, recant.
Examples of usage:
  1. This part of the reserve had been set aside for sheep. – Brand Blotters by William MacLeod Raine
  2. Won't you get out your reserve bag to- morrow? – A Sweet Little Maid by Amy E. Blanchard
  3. There isn't any Government reserve north of Timagami. – Northern Diamonds by Frank Lillie Pollock
  4. There seemed to be no reserve with this surprising young person. – K by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  5. He took refuge again in his reserve. – Frontier Stories by Bret Harte

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