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consequential coming after as an outcome, result, or consequence. [3 definitions]
consequently as a result; therefore; accordingly.
conservancy a conserving, esp. of natural resources. [2 definitions]
conservation the act of preserving and protecting from loss, destruction, or waste. [2 definitions]
conservationist a person who promotes and encourages preservation, esp. of natural resources.
conservation of energy a principle of physics that asserts that the total energy in a closed system remains constant regardless of changes in the system.
conservation of matter a principle of physics that asserts that the total matter in a closed system remains constant, regardless of changes in the system.
conservatism a political preference for maintaining established institutions and customs and changing only gradually, or the acts and practices resulting from this preference. [2 definitions]
conservative preferring the traditional and resisting rapid change. [7 definitions]
conservatoire a school or academy for the arts; conservatory.
conservator one who guards or preserves from harm or decay; custodian. [2 definitions]
conservatory a school of music or drama. [3 definitions]
conserve to keep safe from loss, destruction, or waste. [4 definitions]
consider to think about carefully; reflect on. [6 definitions]
considerable large in size, number, extent, or proportion. [2 definitions]
considerably to a quite large degree or extent.
considerate showing regard for the feelings and needs of others.
consideration careful attention or thought. [3 definitions]
considered arrived at after careful thought. [2 definitions]
considering in view of; taking into account. [2 definitions]
consign to deliver, transfer, or turn over to another. [4 definitions]