Holding to traditional attitudes and values and cautious about change or innovation, typically in relation to politics or religion
Of or relating to the Conservative Party of Great Britain or a similar party in another country
the conservative wing of the party
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
Not conservative in outlook, belief, or habits.
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
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).
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.
A Canadian political party advocating free trade and holding moderate views on social policies
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
Extremely averse to change and strongly adhering to traditional values
A person who advocates old or traditional forms of conservatism; an extremely right-wing conservative
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
A person who is extremely conservative in politics or religion