Wary – meaning of the word and examples

Not completely trusting or certain about something or someone. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Marked by keen caution, cunning, and watchfulness especially in detecting and escaping danger. (Merriam – Webster)

If you are wary of something or someone, you are cautious because you do not know much about them and you believe they may be dangerous or cause problems. (Collins Dictionary)

Feeling or showing caution about possible dangers or problems. (Oxford Dictionaries)


Mean of wary. Word pandit.


Word of the Day: Wary v. Weary.



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