“I hope Mr. Dudley will do a better job,” he tells me, warily.
Despite his insistence that the book is a failure, a warily honest narrator emerges.
He walks with stiff, rounded shoulders and talks with his chin down, eyes looking up warily through his lashes.
These clerics led by Hamza—which means “steadfast” in Arabic—approached us warily, slowly.
Gram smiled as Bud came forward, and he looked at her warily.
There's nothing for it but to go on warily, and maybe at the next halt we might escape from them.'
Surrounded by snares in which an ordinary youth would have perished, William learned to tread at once warily and firmly.
It stepped back from the rim of the ledge and looked at him; warily, as he looked at it.
In some parts every trace of path is smothered by sand, and quicksand also must be warily avoided.
"I think so," said Max warily, beginning to guess the trend of her questions.