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conservative US English

Holding to traditional attitudes and values and cautious about change or innovation, typically in relation to politics or religion

Conservative in conservative US English

Of or relating to the Conservative Party of Great Britain or a similar party in another country

conservative US Thesaurus

the conservative wing of the party

Conservative Party US English

A political party promoting free enterprise and private ownership, in particular a major British party that emerged from the old Tory Party in the 1830s and 1840s

non-conservative US English

Not conservative in outlook, belief, or habits.

Conservative Judaism US English

A form of Judaism, particularly prevalent in North America, that seeks to preserve Jewish tradition and ritual but has a more flexible approach to the interpretation of the law than Orthodox Judaism

Liberal-Conservative US English

A conservative who holds some liberal views, or who is regarded as moderate. Also: a person who holds both liberal and conservative political views; specifically (in Canada) a member or supporter of the Liberal-Conservative Party (now historical).

Liberal-Conservative Party US English

A moderately conservative political party, or one advocating both liberal and conservative policies; specifically (in Canada) a coalition party which arose in the mid 19th cent. in support of confederation, later renamed the Conservative Party.

Progressive Conservative Party US English

A Canadian political party advocating free trade and holding moderate views on social policies

neoconservative US English

Relating to or denoting a return to a modified form of a traditional viewpoint, in particular a political ideology characterized by an emphasis on free-market capitalism and an interventionist foreign policy

archconservative US English

Extremely averse to change and strongly adhering to traditional values

paleoconservative US English

A person who advocates old or traditional forms of conservatism; an extremely right-wing conservative

semiconservative US English

Relating to or denoting replication of a nucleic acid in which one complete strand of each double helix is directly derived from the parent molecule

ultraconservative US English

A person who is extremely conservative in politics or religion