Definition of conservativeness in English:



  • See conservative

    • ‘She would celebrate the day when she would rid herself of all her conservativeness.’
    • ‘And similarly, if the central bank is fully under the spell of government, the conservativeness of the central bank does not matter.’
    • ‘Because the desire to combine conflicting data is strong in real studies, the conservativeness of the present test is unlikely to be a major concern for some.’
    • ‘That's good news for defenders, who grew frustrated with the conservativeness of the scheme last year.’
    • ‘Physicists generally maintain a healthy skepticism about whatever they hear and are much less susceptible to dogmatic conservativeness than one might think.’