- circumspect observation or action; caution; prudence: He approached with circumspection.
- However, we also benefit, as an all-female team, from a circumspection which means that we can see potential in businesses and sectors which are typically overlooked by others in our space.
- "You communicated with him by circumspection," says Judith Bruce, a Radcliffe student who dated him for two years.
- The KGB and the Egyptian army were institutions that rewarded circumspection and loyalty.
- The Supreme Court exists to interpret with a greater degree of circumspection the laws the legislature passes.
- Wilson carried his circumspection further during and after the war.
- The utmost circumspection became necessary, and the young preacher had to bear up against much strife and opposition.
- And then he proceeded with circumspection and dignity to demonstrate the process of decocting that mysterious beverage.
- To flee was more than I could find courage for; but I registered a vow of unsleeping circumspection.
- But I suggest that you do so with the utmost circumspection.
- The ten galleys were ordered to advance rapidly, but with the greatest circumspection.