Definition of Conservations
1. conservation [n] - See also: conservation
Lexicographical Neighbors of Conservations
Literary usage of Conservations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Energy: Work, Heat and Transformations by Sidney Armor Reeve (1909)
"TRANSFORMATIONS AND Conservations. When attention is turned to other forms of energy than work and heat, while questions as to their exact structure become ..."
2. Mathematical Questions and Solutions by W. J. C. Miller (1881)
"Conservations are stamps of certainty which science prints on propositions ... Why should not Tactic have its Conservations, as well as the good old Dynamic ..."
3. A Cosmic View of Religion by William Riley Halstead (1913)
"Social Conservations. Man belongs to the changeless order, therefore. The personal life has an orbit of its ... The conservations of history are in a ship. ..."