Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being cautious; watchfulness; provident care; circumspection; prudence with regard to danger.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The quality of being cautious.
- n. the trait of being cautious; being attentive to possible danger
- cautious + -ness (Wiktionary)
“The cautiousness is a change from Sago, but in some ways Manchin is playing the same role: comforter-in-chief to a state whose identity is so linked with coal that a statue of a miner graces the grounds of the Capitol.”
“There -- it's so close, too, that both sides are playing it so cautiously, and that kind of cautiousness doesn't translate into great television.”
“Cautiousness too is foreign to them -- the heavy reasonable cautiousness which is our glory.”
“The world's largest maker of computer security software forecast second-quarter sales and profit that missed analysts 'estimates, citing weakness in the euro and "cautiousness" among customers.”
“Confidence in the market is coming back, until the last week there was some amount of scepticism, some amount of cautiousness which is starting to go away because people are getting optimistic about the second quarter results and about India's prospects.”
“cautiousness" which they saw fit to apply to the solution of the Jewish problem.”
“He added that the cautiousness about hiring appeared to stem from a general lack of confidence in the outlook for the economy rather than a significant downturn in demand for goods and services.”
“Delinquency rates and loan write-offs have improved dramatically across the industry as a result of consumer cautiousness.”
“The cautiousness came ahead of a long-anticipated policy announcement from the Fed, due at 2: 15 p.m.”
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