Definition of catus
1. cautious [ a ] showing careful forethought
Examples: "reserved and cautious never making swift decisions" "a cautious driver"
(David Boroff, "Jewish Teen-Age Culture"...)
The girls are prone to dress far more flamboyantly than their counterparts out of town , and eye_shadow , mascara , and elaborate bouffant hairdos - despite the admonitions of cautious guidance personnel - are not unknown even in early morning classes .
(Committee for Economic Development, Distressed...)
Furthermore , there is a cautious conservatism on the part of those making local skill surveys .Synonyms cautious Related Terms incautious gingerly fabian cagey guarded overcautious careful unadventurous
2. cautious [ n ] people who are fearful and cautious
Examples: "whitewater rafting is not for the timid"
3. cautious [ a ] avoiding excess
Examples: "a conservative estimate"
4. cautious [ a ] cautious in attitude and careful in actions; prudent
Examples: "a cautious answer" "very cautious about believing everything she was told"
5. cautious [ a ] unwilling to take risksSynonyms cautious Related Terms unadventurous
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