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Officials had warily lifted restrictions, desperate to restart the economy.
This year was supposed to be better than 2020, and yet, not a week into 2021, the other shoe—the one we all knew was coming, the one we all had been warily waiting for—finally dropped.
The lesson is that polling is hard, and we should regard all election polls warily.
You never can tell, Phyllis murmured, treading through the grass more warily.
He did not ask his visitors to take seats, though, but he kept watching them warily out of the corners of his eyes.
DIGBY HEATHCOTEW.H.G. KINGSTON
He came back warily, forgetting his English accent, which he had laboriously imitated in admiration of a certain vaudeville hero.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
Ursi edged warily toward Clark as if he were a ferocious but chained beast.
RESTRICTED TOOLMALCOLM B. MOREHART
There was bright moonlight last night with snow, and I may tell you that I walked warily!
Matt, who was watching him warily, leaped back and jerked his motor-cycle in front of him.
The collies came warily up, stiff-legged, with backs still ruffled, and sniffed Mackenzie over.

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