- a exercising caution or showing care or attention
they were careful when crossing the busy street
be careful to keep her shoes clean
did very careful research
careful art restorers
careful of the rights of others
careful about one's behavior
- s cautiously attentive
careful of her feelings
- s unhurried and with care and dignity
- s full of cares or anxiety
Thou art careful and troubled about many things"-Luke 10.41
- s mindful of the future in spending money
careful with money
- The day after the recent Memel election, Lithuania's President Antanas Smetona was inaugurated for his fourth term, remarked "we small countries must be careful.
- It reflected the careful effort Obama has made to reach out to the ambivalent middle, which is reflected in a Democratic Party platform that unequivocally defends the right to .
- He is careful to make clear that this lifestyle is not in itself a reason for the increase in kidnappings, but he argues that it is another factor of the social discontent that .
- Steve Ballmer in guardian.co.uk
Microsoft's chief executive, Steve Ballmer, said: "Despite our best efforts, including raising our bid by roughly $5bn, Yahoo has not moved toward accepting our offer. After careful consideration, we believe the economics demanded by Yahoo do not...
- Scott McCarron in CBSSports.com (blog)
In a statement released through his agent, McCarron said: "After two days of careful contemplation I have decided to release this statement in hopes of setting the record straight. On Jan. 28, I was interviewed by Ron Kroichick of the San Francisco...
- Condoleezza Rice in Stuff.co.nz
We have to be very careful, as we are trying to move toward the establishment of a Palestinian state, (about) actions and statements that erode confidence,Rice said. "This is a very delicate time."