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Synonyms for conservative

Synonyms for conservative

strongly favoring retention of the existing order

kept within sensible limits

clinging to obsolete ideas

able to preserve

one who strongly favors retention of the existing order

Synonyms for conservative

a member of a Conservative Party

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resistant to change

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having social or political views favoring conservatism

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avoiding excess

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unimaginatively conventional

conforming to the standards and conventions of the middle class

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Cheung, "Boundedness and Conservativeness of Augmented Marked Graphs", IMA Journal of Mathematical Control and Information, Vol.
Second, for analysis of the boundedness and conservativeness of augmented marked graphs, a R-transform is introduced to transform an augmented marked graph into marked graphs.
In this paper we extend the conservativeness of conformal and Quasi conformal curvature tensor to K-contact manifold admitting semi-symmetric metric connection.
According to this author (1994), there is an incompatibility of values belonging to the opening to change and conservativeness domains, as well as between the self-enhancement and self-transcendence; he states that people that are based on collective values tend to be less influenced by individual values, and vice-versa.
Companies are having a hard time recruiting executive talent due to Utah's national image of poor schools, bad air quality and conservativeness.
Some Japanese fishery sociologists find that the fishery-right and fishery-coordinating systems may be reinforcing conservativeness in fishing communities and helping feudalistic customs to remain (Sato, 1978).
This conservativeness [of Yemeni politicians regarding foreign trade policy] caused many more questions.
H8: There is a negative interaction between education and self-reported political conservativeness on the level of environmental concern in Canada.
TAA's method involves five quantitative indicators of trustworthy corporate business behavior, called FACTS[R] drivers: financial stability and strength, accounting conservativeness, corporate governance, transparency, and sustainability.
WHAT COULD CHANGE THE RATING UP/DOWN Moody's could upgrade the rating if Koc Holding's core companies continue to benefit from the overall positive business environment in which they operate and continue to display the financial flexibility and conservativeness that enables Koc Holding to benefit from a stable and diverse source of cash flows through dividends and management fees.
Legal practitioners should also adopt the state of the art in the legal profession in response to the changing world, he said, adding that this has been frustrated by the conservativeness of the judges.
Whether defamation or traditional conservativeness, most of these women's stories will continue to remain untold.
disappointed with Janat who was a symbol of conservativeness and was respected
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