adjective, war·i·er, war·i·est.
Examples from the Web for wariest
It was dark, dark as the secret chamber into which I now stole with the lightest and wariest of steps.The Forsaken Inn|Anna Katharine Green
In their wild state they are the wariest and most cunning of all the denizens of the forest.The Pearl of India|Maturin M. Ballou
He moved towards the door, and placed himself at one side of it in an attitude of the wariest attention.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 4 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
Even the wariest of Indians in such desolate weather might fail to keep a watch.The Scouts of the Valley|Joseph A. Altsheler
Could the wariest statesman have better parried that question?Joan of Arc|Ronald Sutherland Gower
British Dictionary definitions for wariest
adjective warier or wariest
Word Origin for wary
Word Origin and History for wariest
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.