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use "circumspect" in a sentence

But voters were more circumspect about the prospects of that long sought-after goal.

But 104-Test veteran Carter was considerably more circumspect when he rated the performance.

Pappé supports the idea of international boycotts to advance this whist Chomsky is more circumspect about the likelihood of their success.

The UN itself has been more circumspect.

The notes suggest Blaney be circumspect about an assault on vital electronic net


When asked outright if the behavior he referenced in the email made his decision to leave Seattle any easier, he was circumspect.

“Service members need to be circumspect about the nature of their family lives, thei

r identities, and, quite frankly, where they live.”

The office will be as circumspect as possible in dealing with the issue and if any of the trees die it will take full responsibility, Chou says.

After the rebellion, the

British became more circumspect.

Throughout the 90s, however, he was circumspect about how that power ought to be used.

Kate, believing the bartender committed the murders, accepts a provisional truce with a circumspect


She advocated sincere attachment, material prudence and circumspect delay in the choice of a marriage partner.

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