1. preserver

noun. ['priːˈzɝːvɝ, prɪˈzɝːvɝ, prəˈzɝːvɝ'] rescue equipment consisting of a buoyant belt or jacket to keep a person from drowning.


  • life vest
  • life buoy
  • lifesaver
  • cork jacket
  • life ring
  • water wings
  • life jacket
  • flotation device
  • rescue equipment
  • life belt
  • float


  • stay in place
  • sink
  • roughen
  • stranger

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Words that Rhyme with Preserver

  • observer
  • fervor

Example sentences of the word preserver

1. Noun, singular or mass
Each passenger should receive a life preserver and instruction on how to use it.

Quotes containing the word preserver

1. On the recollection of so many and great favours and blessings, I now, with a high sense of gratitude, presume to offer up my sincere thanks to the Almighty, the Creator and Preserver.
- William Bartram

2. I wanted to be his life preserver, the thing that would keep him afloat. Instead, he became my anchor. And I’m tired of drowning.
- Amanda Grace, But I Love Him

3. It is time to float on the waters of the night. Time to wrap my arms around this book and press it to my chest, life preserver in a sea of unremarkable men and women, anonymous faces on the street, a hundred thousand unalphabetized things, a million forgotten hours.
- Billy Collins, Picnic, Lightning

2. preserver

noun. ['priːˈzɝːvɝ, prɪˈzɝːvɝ, prəˈzɝːvɝ'] a cook who preserves fruits or meat.


  • cook


  • worker
  • extrovert

3. preserver

noun. ['priːˈzɝːvɝ, prɪˈzɝːvɝ, prəˈzɝːvɝ'] someone who keeps safe from harm or danger.


  • someone
  • soul
  • shielder
  • person
  • individual
  • defender
  • guardian
  • protector
  • somebody


  • withholder
  • male
  • adult
  • loser

4. preserver

noun. ['priːˈzɝːvɝ, prɪˈzɝːvɝ, prəˈzɝːvɝ'] a skilled worker who is employed to restore or refinish buildings or antique furniture.


  • skilled worker
  • trained worker
  • restorer
  • refinisher
  • skilled workman


  • nonreligious person
  • follower
  • bad guy
  • partisan