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He is less bold, and more circumspect, than the Senator from Massachusetts.

I answered, by advising him to be more circumspect for the future.

Anyhow he said it should cease, and swore that he would for the future be more circumspect.

With a penniless girl you really should have been more circumspect.

They are more circumspect that their measures be not too big than too little.

The experience of the past made him more and more circumspect in the present and the future.

At any rate, such a junction would undoubtedly have made Cornwallis more circumspect.

After this discussion, however, he was more circumspect in his conduct.

The second step is sceptical, and indicates that experience has rendered our judgment wiser and more circumspect.

He was more circumspect in his methods, for he had a wider constituency and a more intelligent opposition.