[ kaw-shuhs ]
/ ˈkɔ ʃəs /
showing, using, or characterized by caution: a cautious man; To be cautious is often to show wisdom.
Origin of cautious
cau·tious·ly, adverbcau·tious·ness, nounhy·per·cau·tious, adjectivehy·per·cau·tious·ly, adverb
hy·per·cau·tious·ness, nounsu·per·cau·tious, adjectiveul·tra·cau·tious, adjectiveul·tra·cau·tious·ly, adverbul·tra·cau·tious·ness, nounun·cau·tious, adjectiveun·cau·tious·ly, adverbun·cau·tious·ness, noun
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Examples from the Web for uncautious
Yet the sands are by no means without danger, especially to the uncautious or unwary.
I am careless, improvident, uncautious, happy out of sheer well-being and overplus of physical energy.The Jacket (The Star-Rover)|Jack London
/ (ˈkɔːʃəs) /
showing or having caution; wary; prudent
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