cautiousness cautiousness  /ˈkɔ ʃəs nəs/


  • (n) the trait of being cautious; being attentive to possible danger



  • That cautiousness at home, combined with Diego's easygoing joviality abroad, has made the brand as popular with Hollywood A listers as it is with Greenwich, Conn.


  • Pace Yourself

    After the financial collapse of 2007, I readily consumed information on how the economy blew up; how half the stock market was wiped out; how new subdivisions were abandoned and left for dead. A lot has changed in six years. A lot hasn’t. Here, it appears we experienced a necessary dose of cautiousness. Elsewhere, not so much.
    on August 30, 2013     Source: Flathead Beacon


  1. "What I think you are seeing there is a cautiousness," McGraw said.
    on Jun 5, 2007 By: Harold McGraw III Source: Forbes

  2. "I do want him with that up-the-field mentality," Childress said. "I think if you coach tentativeness and cautiousness, that's no way to live as a quarterback. He went with his first read and he got a good matchup and put it about where it...
    on Sep 14, 2008 By: Brad Childress Source: WCCO

  3. "I think if [members of Congress] went home and found out that there were families concerned about their kids going off to war," Rangel said at the time, "there would be more cautiousness and more willingness to work with the international...
    on Apr 3, 2007 By: Charlie Rangel Source:

Word of the Day
profusion profusion
/prə ˈfju ʒən /