Margo, as she was known by the family, was at first a cautiously sympathetic ally of Diana.
But after 16 years of hitting the pavement, Jackson is cautiously optimistic.
Slowly and cautiously, so as to avoid some sort of rock slide--but back away, none the less.
Every day he cautiously emerged from his hotel filled with trepidation.
We, too, are exiting our own emotional bunkers after eight days of war, tentatively, cautiously, skeptically.
cautiously he opened the door of the hut of one whom he knew well.
cautiously they placed them in the baskets on their backs and then retraced their steps.
She cautiously entered the parlour on the left hand of the front door: all was safe.
cautiously he drew back, still looking about for some means to cross the chasm.
cautiously I raised my head and looked in the direction whence the sound came; but the cemetery blocked my view.