Circumspect in a Sentence
Definition of Circumspect
to think carefully before doing or saying anything, in order to avoid risks or consequences; cautious
Use Circumspect in a sentence
In this day and age, you need to be circumspect about giving out too much personal information on the internet.
Jack found himself circumspect of dating a woman he hardly knew.
Even though he knew the killer was in handcuffs, the cop was still circumspect of the criminal.
Even though the potential investor liked the business proposal, he was circumspect about investing so much money.
Although my boss wants to save money, he is still circumspect about switching to a new vendor.
In the future, we must be circumspect of those who offer us riches for nothing in return.
Why do you think researchers are so circumspect of the vaccine’s effectiveness?
While the mayor knew his town needed additional police officers, he was circumspect of raising taxes to cover the extra salaries.
Most doctors are circumspect about recommending the new drug to their patients.
After I caught Jeremy stealing from my store, I became more circumspect of his actions while he was working.
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