- r taking care or paying attention
they watched carefully
- r as if with kid gloves; with caution or prudence or tact
- But not every decision can be made so carefully.
- At Alpine, every goal, every lesson, every response is carefully documented in binders that track each child's progress.
- The brown-skinned man with the golden horn pursed his scarred lips, blew a short stream of incredibly high, shining notes and then carefully laid the trumpet down.
- Ben Bernanke in Reuters
In collaboration with our colleagues at the Treasury, we continue to carefully monitor developments in foreign exchange markets,Bernanke said, citing worry about inflation and also signaling limits to official tolerance of the dollar's fall.
- Diego Maradona in Southtown Star
Asked to clarify his plans, he said "I'll have to think carefully about it ...... and talk with my family and the players. There are many issues here."
- Barack Obama in International Herald Tribune
We are now carefully reviewing our policies in both wars, and I will soon announce a way forward in Iraq that leaves Iraq to its people and responsibly ends this war,Obama said in his address to Congress on Tuesday.