Conservatory

Properly a conservatory is a plant-house in which the plants are raised in a bed or border without the use of pots, the building being frequently attached to a house. The principles of their construction is in all respects the same as for the greenhouse, with the single difference that the plants were in the free soil, and grow from the floor inste...
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Conservatory

Conservatory is RAF slang for an enclosed portion of an aircraft.
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Conservatory

Conservatory is RAF slang for an enclosed portion of an aircraft.
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Conservatory

A building build partially or entirely of glass attached to the house and where a large number of plants are grown. Not to be confused with a greenhouse.
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conservatory

[n] - the faculty and students of a school specializing in one of the fine arts 2. [n] - a schoolhouse with special facilities for fine arts 3. [n] - a greenhouse in which plants are arranged in a pleasing manner
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Conservatory

A structure, predominantly glazed attached to a building
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Conservatory

A greenhouse attached to a house.
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Conservatory

Con·serv'a·to·ry adjective [ Confer French conservatoire , Late Latin conservatorius .] Having the quality of preserving from loss, decay, or injury.
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Conservatory

Con·serv'a·to·ry noun [ Confer French conservatoire , Late Latin conservatorium .] 1. That which preserves from injury. [ Obsolete] 'A conservatory of life.' Jer. Taylor. 2. A place for preserving anything from loss, decay, waste, or injury; particulary,...
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conservatory

hothouse noun a greenhouse in which plants are arranged in a pleasing manner
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conservatory

noun the faculty and students of a school specializing in one of the fine arts
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conservatory

noun a schoolhouse with special facilities for fine arts
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Conservatory

• (n.) A place for preserving anything from loss, decay, waste, or injury; particulary, a greenhouse for preserving exotic or tender plants. • (a.) Having the quality of preserving from loss, decay, or injury. • (n.) A public place of instruction, designed to preserve and perfect the knowledge of some branch of science or art, esp. m...
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conservatory

in architecture, building in which tender plants are protected and displayed, usually attached to and directly entered from a dwelling. It was not ... [1 related articles]
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conservatory

in music, institution for education in musical performance and composition. The term and institution derive from the Italian conservatorio, which in ...
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Conservatory

Conservatory is a name given on the European continent to a systematic school of musical instruction. In Britain the term is usually applied to foreign schools of music. Conservatories were originally benevolent establishments attached to hospitals, or other charitable or religious institutions. In Naples there were formerly three conservatories fo...
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Conservatory

[greenhouse] A conservatory is a room having glass roofing and walls, typically attached to a house on only one side, used as a greenhouse or a sunroom. Conservatories originated in the 16th century when wealthy landowners sought to cultivate citrus fruits such as lemons and oranges that began to appear on their dinner tables brought by tra...
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conservatory

a schoolhouse with special facilities for fine arts
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