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1. conservatory

noun. ['kənˈsɝːvətɔri'] the faculty and students of a school specializing in one of the fine arts.

Synonyms

  • school of music
  • music school

Etymology

  • -atory (English)
  • conserve (English)
  • conserver (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

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Rhymes with Conservatory

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How do you pronounce conservatory?

Pronounce conservatory as kənˈsərvətɔri.

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Sentences with conservatory


1. Noun, singular or mass
The conservatory is the second largest in the state of Texas within a public garden.

Quotes about conservatory


1. The white cat Sal-al was lying on the straw matting in the empty conservatory. She looked at us with a wicked, conceited expression as if all her appetites had just been satisfied. She was beautiful. Vesta and I both said, "I wish I were a cat!"Before we got to the last word we smiled at each other in annoyance, not liking the idea that most human beings think very much alike.
- Denton Welch, Maiden Voyage

2. conservatory

noun. ['kənˈsɝːvətɔri'] a greenhouse in which plants are arranged in a pleasing manner.

Synonyms

  • indoor garden
  • nursery
  • greenhouse
  • glasshouse

Antonyms

  • night school

Etymology

  • -atory (English)
  • conserve (English)
  • conserver (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

3. conservatory

noun. ['kənˈsɝːvətɔri'] a schoolhouse with special facilities for fine arts.

Synonyms

  • schoolhouse
  • art school
  • school
  • conservatoire

Etymology

  • -atory (English)
  • conserve (English)
  • conserver (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
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