Definition of "preserver" [pre•serv•er]

  • One who preserves. (noun)
  • A life preserver (noun)
  • A person who refinishes furniture. (noun)
  • A person who prepares preserves of fruit or preserved meats. (noun)

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Use "preserver" in a sentence
  • "And a life preserver is absolutely necessary until you are safely out of the ocean and back aboard “the good ship private sector.”"
  • ""I hope my preserver is not hurt?" inquired the stranger."
  • "These giant serpents originated the widely spread notions which typified the deluge and all destructive agents under the form of a dragon or monster serpent; hence, the dragon temples always near water, in Asia, Africa, and Britain; for example, at Abury, in Wiltshire; a symbol of the ark is often associated with the dragon as the preserver from the waters"