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On whether he would pursue a similar case against Herman, Singer was more circumspect than his blistering letter of May 8.

As for the other part of the war on poverty, Obama was more circumspect.

The paper reached slightly more circumspect conclusions than some of the conference presenters.

But the message was not lost on the Ecuadorian media, which has been more circumspect since.

Latinos, who say they have felt the brunt of Arizona hate speech for years, were more circumspect.

By degrees the wood became open, and his progress more circumspect, when he suddenly halted.

I received a note from the president of the university, asking me to be more circumspect in my remarks.

Meeting her eyes for a moment, he saw a dangerous glint in them, and for the rest of the morning was more circumspect.

In the drawing-room or library, before Vesta and Gerhardt, she was not less loving, though a little more circumspect.

But, Doctor, take a kindly word from me, and warn Nancy that she must be more circumspect in her conduct.


On this page you'll find 80 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to circumspect, such as: cagey, careful, considerate, discriminating, judicious, and meticulous.

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