reservation

Part of speech: noun

The act of reserving, or that which is reserved.

Part of speech: noun

A tract of land reserved, as for an Indian tribe.

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Usage examples "reservation":

  1. " There are no better or dearer people in the world, kind, true, just; but"- Gerald held in, and showed how much he hated to make any sort of reservation-" in this they have been to blame. - "Aurora the Magnificent", Gertrude Hall.
  2. Take him outside the Reservation. - "Man of Many Minds", E. Everett Evans.
  3. But when he reached the reservation road he came to a sudden halt, wheeled sharply, and raised his hands to his face to make a funnel of them. - "The Biography of a Prairie Girl", Eleanor Gates.