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circumspectly

[ sur-kuhm-spekt-lee ]
/ ˈsɜr kəmˌspɛkt li /
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adverb
in a careful and prudent way; discreetly: All preachers ought to work hard at living circumspectly, as they are called to be examples.
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Origin of circumspectly

OTHER WORDS FROM circumspectly

non·cir·cum·spect·ly, adverbun·cir·cum·spect·ly, adverb
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