Wilson carried his circumspection further during and after the war.
The Supreme Court exists to interpret with a greater degree of circumspection the laws the legislature passes.
"You communicated with him by circumspection," says Judith Bruce, a Radcliffe student who dated him for two years.
This ought also to be done with great experience, delicacy, practical knowledge and circumspection.
They were excited by the modesty, the circumspection, and the virtue of Imogen.
Also, even in the most favoured and flying of the grass countries, many fences require unusual steadiness and circumspection.
The best thing he can do is to ‘git,’ deliberately and with circumspection.
For this reason it is necessary to burn them very carefully and to select the clays with circumspection.
What care and circumspection must have gone to the writing and the launching of the note!
Satisfied now that he had a ticklish matter to handle, he prepared for it, with his usual enthusiasm and circumspection.
late 14c., "careful observation of one's surroundings," from Old French circumspection (Modern French circonspection), from Latin circumspectionem (nominative circumspectio) "a looking around; foresight, caution," noun of action from past participle stem of circumspicere "to look around" (see circumspect).