- wary ► ADJECTIVE (warier, wariest) (often wary of) ▪ cautious about possible dangers or problems.DERIVATIVES warily adverb wariness noun.ORIGIN Old English.
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Warily — Wa ri*ly, adv. In a wary manner. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
warily — [wer′ə lē] adv. in a wary manner; cautiously … English World dictionary
warily — adverb a) in a wary manner That her little Tarzan could destroy a great bull gorilla she knew to be improbable, and so, as she neared the spot from which the sounds of the struggle had come, she moved more warily and at last slowly and with… … Wiktionary
warily — adv. Warily is used with these verbs: ↑approach, ↑ask, ↑eye, ↑regard, ↑tread, ↑watch … Collocations dictionary
warily — adverb in a wary manner (Freq. 2) the sailor watched the sky warily • Ant: ↑unwarily • Derived from adjective: ↑wary … Useful english dictionary
warily — adverb see wary … New Collegiate Dictionary
warily — /wair euh lee/, adv. in a wary manner. [1545 55; WARY + LY] * * * … Universalium
warily — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. cautiously, suspiciously, vigilantly; see carefully 2 … English dictionary for students
warily — adv. cautiously, vigilantly, suspiciously … English contemporary dictionary
warily — ad. Cautiously, carefully, heedfully, circumspectly, watchfully, vigilantly, charily … New dictionary of synonyms