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You are right in questioning us, for under such situations a soldier had best be overcautious than too credulous.
We were really overcautious and made wide detours round houses and took great pains not to meet any one on the road.
A hysteric fear of possible loss, an unreasonable distrust of banks and bankers, keeps the overcautious away from the market.
In times like these you will understand I feel great need to be cautious—overcautious perhaps you may deem it.
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An overcautious lawyer-like captiousness of spirit in such matters will help no cause and serve no good purpose.
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The glory that might have been so easily won was placed beyond my reach by this overcautious imbecile.
I may be overcautious, but I much prefer a carriage to myself.

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pecuniaryadjective | [pi-kyoo-nee-er-ee ]SEE DEFINITION