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  • adv. In an overcautious way.


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overcautious +‎ -ly


  • Canada doesn't often dispatch warships to respond to political crises, so the Charlottetown is a symbol the Harper government wants to shed the sense it has reacted overcautiously to unrest in the region.

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  • What I'm saying, in the end, is that e-voting must be implemented properly, overcautiously, overzealously guarded and protected.

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  • Perhaps more telling than Bill Clinton’s self - investigation is a subsidiary detail: He also asked his staffers to compile an exhaustive list of his achievements, which must be about as close to the creation of a résumé as ex-presidents get, and betrays a longing to return to the presidential campaign trail that Al Gore overcautiously denied him.

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