circumspect

[ sur-kuhm-spekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF circumspect

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CIRCUMSPECT

One must be so circumspect—so much upon one's guard with all the world.

Even the most wary, circumspect, and suspicious, might thus be overcome.

But she was dutiful to him, and he was circumspect in his behaviour before her.

And yet it may be repeated that Lieutenant Russell was the most guarded and circumspect of men.

There never was a man who did such rash things in so circumspect a manner.

During your courtship let me entreat you to be very careful and circumspect.

I'm tired to death of the commonplace, mild and circumspect adorer.

So be circumspect; and forget not the things that I have taught you.

But Archibius, the brave, circumspect counsellor and helper?

While none felt misgiving as to danger, all had learned to be circumspect.

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