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  • Australia is generally considered one of the most conservative western nations.
  • A conservative force is one that has a potential energy function.
  • It took a long time for new ideas to be accepted in a conservative, agricultural society.
  • She responded that the committee was formed by members from many different political parties including conservative parties.
  • Variations of talk radio include conservative talk, hot talk, liberal talk and sports talk.
  • Prior to this, his political views had largely been conservative.
  • The next form of the major conservative party was the Democratic-Liberal Party.
  • Both these events are well-attended by students, although they have drawn criticism from conservatives.
  • Many scholars, including some generally regarded as conservative, have opposed these views.
  • At the same time, however, certain Conservative institutions, particularly day schools, have shown significant growth.
  • The more rural counties of the north are among the most conservative regions of the country.
  • Modern conservative parties often define themselves by their opposition to liberal or labor parties.
  • Citizens United is known for its support of conservatives and money in politics.
  • Her writing was most likely intended for a conservative middle-class, middlebrow audience.
  • He described himself as conservative within the British tradition.
  • The political views of The Washington Times are often described as conservative.
  • Other modern conservative positions include opposition to world government and opposition to environmentalism.
  • They may be very liberal or very conservative.
  • However, the administration of government took on a very conservative feudal character.
  • Conservative political parties vary widely from country to country in the goals they wish to achieve.
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Meaning of conservative

  • noun A person who is reluctant to accept changes and new ideas
  • noun A member of a conservative party
  • adjective Resistant to change