con·serv·a·tive (normal google search)
1. holding to traditional attitudes and values and cautious about change or innovation, typically in relation to politics or religion.
1. a person who is averse to change and holds to traditional values and attitudes, typically in relation to politics.
: believing in the value of established and traditional practices in politics and society : relating to or supporting political conservatism
: not liking or accepting changes or new ideas
1. disposed to preserve existing conditions, institutions, etc., or to restore traditional ones, and to limit change.
2. cautiously moderate or purposefully low:
a conservative estimate.
3. traditional in style or manner; avoiding novelty or showiness:
4. (often initial capital letter) of or relating to the Conservative party.
5. (initial capital letter) of, relating to, or characteristic of Conservative Jews or Conservative Judaism.
6. having the power or tendency to conserve or preserve.
7. Mathematics. (of a vector or vector function) having curl equal to zero; irrational; lamellar.
8. a person who is conservative in principles, actions, habits, etc.
9. a supporter of conservative political policies.
10. (initial capital letter) a member of a conservative political party, especially the Conservative party in Great Britain.
1) One who espouses a political philosophy based on tradition and social stability, stressing established institutions, and preferring gradual development to abrupt change.
2) One who believes in less government being better government.
3) One who believes in such “outmoded” ideas as civil liberties (freedom of speech, separation of church and state, right to keep and bear arms, that kind of thing)
4) One for whom the Republican Party no longer truly speaks.
5) a word that today’s so-called “conservatives” don’t know the definition of.