cautious[ kaw-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF cautious
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My errors, however, have at least made me cautious and doubtful of my own conclusions.
"Be cautious," said the calm voice which had before spoken to him.
The cautious reply is, "I don't know; are you inclined to give me an offer?"
Something else was there, which I did see; instantly my cautious advance was arrested.
But we should be cautious in passing our judgment, lest we also be judged.
They are desperate fellows, these coiners, always; better be cautious.
And so, my lads, it behooves us to be cautious with a very great caution.
Cautious as a deer-stalker, he ascended, still on his hands and knees.
Ah, you were altogether too cautious just now to become so brave all at once.
He was passing a thicket that skirted the road, when a cautious "Hist!"
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