Con"ser*va`tor(?; 277), n. [L.: cf. F. conservateur.] 1. One who preserves from injury or violation; a protector; a preserver.
The great Creator and Conservator of the world.Derham.
(Law) (a) An officer who has charge of preserving the public peace, as a justice or sheriff. (b) One who has an official charge of preserving the rights and privileges of a city, corporation, community, or estate.
The lords of the secret council were likewise made conservators of the peace of the two kingdoms.Clarendon.
The conservator of the estate of an idiot.Bouvier.
Conservators of the River Thames, a board of commissioners instituted by Parliament to have the conservancy of the Thames.
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