Words nearby wariness
OTHER WORDS FROM warinesso·ver·war·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for wariness
Our wariness of difference and diversity all too often leads us into “not like me” thinking.
Many of our leaders and pundits complain about the weariness and wariness of war, but the nature of conflict has changed.
There is an indifference and in fact a wariness among Turkish public opinion.Turkey Fires Across Border After Syrian Shelling Kills Five Turkish Civilians|Mike Giglio|October 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Now he sees an emerging partnership—but also a sense of wariness.
Given how destructive cocaine, crack, heroin, and other narcotics are, wariness of legalization is understandable.
If he were not going to build on the ground so carefully prepared, to what end this wariness and this abstention?The Long Night|Stanley Weyman
The stress of the last few minutes could not be suffered to beget any abatement of wariness.The Man Who Was Good|Leonard Merrick
He had taken on the look of wariness, masked by a surface smile, that his face had worn the night of the shooting.Steve Yeager|William MacLeod Raine
Had he been an older man, and one more full of wariness, no doubt he would have fired then and there and ended the matter.With the Dyaks of Borneo|F. S. Brereton
With the wariness was something like question, and almost disbelief.Space Prison|Tom Godwin