Definition of conservant in US English:

conservant

adjective

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  • That conserves; conserving, preserving; especially in "conservant cause".

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Abraham Fraunce (?1559–?1593), poet and lawyer. From classical Latin cōnservant-, cōnservāns, present participle of cōnservāre conserve.

Pronunciation

conservant

/kənˈsəːv(ə)nt/