- n the trait of being cautious and watchful
- His Bourne is a man of three expressions: going blank, which gives his features the slackness of a new corpse; showing wariness of imminent danger or unmasking, like a naughty .
- The decision to name the former White House chief of staff CIA director is being met with wariness on the Hill.
- But on one key issue that the new bill was supposed to address the increasing wariness of telecommunications companies when cooperating with the government eavesdropping .
News & Articles
- Stock futures point to rebound for Wall St. after selloff
Stock futures rose on Wednesday, pointing to a rebound for Wall Street after a selloff in the previous session, though gains may be tempered by investor wariness over how soon central banks will begin to scale back accommodative policies.
June 12, 2013 - Chicago Tribune
- Risk Aversion Intensifies Amid Uncertainty
The major U.S. index futures are pointing to a notably lower opening on Tuesday, with sentiment reflecting wariness of traders, who may fear to make any meaningful moves for want of catalysts. Stung by a lack of action from the Bank of Japan, the Japanese market declined, leading the rest of the regional markets lower.
June 11, 2013 - RTT News
- Gates Foundation looking to make nice with teachers
Five years into the second phase of its mission to overhaul America’s public schools, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is moving to work more closely with teachers, generating interest but also wariness because of past hostilities.
June 9, 2013 - Seattle Times
- David Cohen in Forbes
Maybe there's still some wariness about politicians are able to come up with a compromise and act sufficiently quicklyon a stimulus package, Cohen said. "I think the impact would be marginal anyway."
- Stuart Clark in Sydney Morning Herald
I hope that if I get through the game in Newcastle and I bowl well enough, I'm available for selection,Clark said. "I suppose after any operation there is a wariness of coming back too quickly, but we'll wait and see."
- Jacques Barrot in AFP
There is a very deep wariness on the part of EU interior ministers, who are concerned about the difficulties of hosting one or another inmate. To do that, we need to know a lot about the candidatesfor Europe, Barrot said.