conversative

conversative

(kənˈvɜːsətɪv)
adj
obsolete talkative
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Senator Fischer, a longtime advocate for conversative solutions to challenges working families face, led the meetings discussion on paid family leave.
All eight Conversative MPs in Warwickshire voted along party lines in favour of airstrikes extending into Syria from their previous operation in Iraq.
Conversative MPs Guy Opperman (Hexham) and Anne-Marie Trevelyan (Berwick-upon-Tweed) have said they will back the Prime Minister's plans.
Leader of Cardiff's Conversative group leader Dianne Rees said previously: "He has been a great advert for young Conservatives in Big Brother and we wish him all the best.
In resisting binary thinking that too quickly settles into "a clash between liberal Western and conversative African values" (p.
Douglas Carswell, an outspoken Conversative backbencher who is not afraid to clash with Cameron, said he would ignore any efforts to apply the party whip and would instead "vote in accordance with my conscience".
Its stated goal is to promote American global leadership and it originated as a set of conversative criticisms of American foreign and defense policy under the Clinton Administration.
The Conversative Party was concerned over the creation of another quango, shadow Defra minister Nick Herbert said in an exclusive interview with The Grocer.
We are being a little more conversative than years past.
The implication being Churchill ought to be subject to the governor's, or at least the people's--meaning the big, honkin' conversative majority in Colorado--right to hire and fire its professors.
The controversial series drew criticism from conversative groups who considered it overly sympathetic to the North Vietnamese.
130) See Talbot, supra note 126, at 34 (reporting that "[o]nly 6 percent of conversative Christians educate their children at home, .