In short, we can work with him like we have with Sultan—with a wary eye.
But until those guidelines are released, experts are wary of the repercussions future investors might face.
The framers in 1787 were wary of sovereignty, and tried to divide, distance, check and balance its exercise.
What I am doing is that we have information that makes us wary.
A younger generation of conservatives, wary of a waging an endless culture war, moved away from Bork-style rhetoric.
Hay, wary man-about-town as he was, noted the flush, and guessed its cause.
She will be wary and learn first what his intentions really are.
Like equally-matched veterans they advanced with grim purpose and wary deliberation.
Why were you so wary about what you must have known was of importance?
They were basking, no doubt; but, for birds so wary, why did they not spring up and take to flight?
1550s, from Old English wær "prudent, aware, alert, wary," from Proto-Germanic *waraz (cf. Old Norse varr "attentive," Gothic wars "cautious," Old Saxon giwar, Middle Dutch gheware, Old High German giwar, German gewahr "aware"), from PIE root *wer- "to cover" (see weir). Related: Warily; wariness.