warily

[ US /ˈwɛɹəɫi/ ]
[ UK /wˈe‍əɹili/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a wary manner
    the sailor watched the sky warily
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How To Use warily In A Sentence

  • I didn't move until I heard slow footsteps and peaked over the top of the gold to see Garren warily approaching the dragon, favoring his left leg.
  • Upon warily entering a cafe you're immediately barked at for your order.
  • Anyone proposing such a project, which in effect aims to politicize young people, is inevitably warily received and closely scrutinized.
  • the sailor watched the sky warily
  • As she pulled on a tan leather blouson, she eyed me warily, and I returned the compliment.
  • And shipmen see this and beware that they be not overset unwarily with tempest and with storms. A WMAM too tired for catchy titles
  • He looked at me warily and I gave him a weak smile.
  • It eyes me warily as I paddle past, heart in mouth. The Sun
  • He unwarily treads upon a viper asleep just before his feet.
  • The group of gossiping girls looked on warily, expectantly, waiting for her to upchuck all over her showy dress, but she didn't.
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