"I think I see what you mean," said the psychologist, warily.
There's nothing for it but to go on warily, and maybe at the next halt we might escape from them.'
I had found the latch by this time, and warily I drew the door open.
Warily he picked it up and glanced at it, still covering me carefully.
It stepped back from the rim of the ledge and looked at him; warily, as he looked at it.
"I think so," said Max warily, beginning to guess the trend of her questions.
It was bewildering, and I watched them warily, suspecting a trick.
He moved quickly but warily, keeping a sharp lookout on every side.
He stood stockstill where he had first noticed the hole and studied it warily.
While he talked on in his light style Sam was warily measuring his rival.