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Correct spelling for CONSERVITISM
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Possible correct spellings for conservitism
- Conservative(Definition of conservative)
- Conservator(Definition of conservator)
- Consortium(Definition of consortium)
- Conservatism(Definition of conservatism)
Now one begins to see a difference; the old traditions have had time to almost die out even in the most conservative and least changed towns, and a new element has come in.
Hence the necessity that this people should be so united as to resist the power and contagious example of surrounding nations, while they were fitted to receive and preserve a peculiar national character, civil polity, and religious doctrines; of all which they were to be the conservators, amid surrounding and opposing heathenism, for many ages.
Romanticism, religion the conservator of, i: 208, 209; baudelaire on, 211.
On the other hand, should the terms of the anglo-japanese alliance displease china, she may refuse to recognize the consortium.
In the first of these three it may be observed in passing that there was a division of opinion, the old people being the most rigid of conservatives, while the children declared as loudly as they dared that they were for victor emmanuel and united italy.
There is perhaps nothing more striking in the social history of rome than the inveterate conservatism of roman sentiment in the face of accomplished change.