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conservatory definition

  • noun:
    • A greenhouse, specifically one in which plants are arranged aesthetically for display, as at a botanical garden.
    • A school of music or dramatic art.
    • whatever preserves from damage.
    • A greenhouse or hothouse for the display of plants
    • A school of songs or crisis; a conservatoire
    • what preserves from damage.
    • someplace for keeping anything from reduction, decay, waste, or damage; particulary, a greenhouse for preserving unique or tender flowers.
    • A public host to training, built to preserve and perfect the information of some branch of science or art, esp. songs.
    • pl. conservatories (-riz).
    • A preservative.
    • a spot for protecting or very carefully maintaining anything, as from reduction, decay, waste, or injury; specifically, and frequently, a greenhouse for preserving exotics as well as other tender flowers
    • someplace of general public instruction and instruction, designed to market the analysis of some part of technology or art.
    • a greenhouse for which flowers tend to be organized in an enjoyable fashion
    • the faculty and students of a school focusing on among fine arts
    • a schoolhouse with special facilities for good arts
  • adjective:
    • pertaining to conservation
    • getting the top-notch protecting from loss, decay, or damage.
  • others:
    • getting the top-notch preserving from reduction, decay, or damage.
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