warily

[wair-uh-lee]
adverb
in a wary manner.

Origin:
1545–55; wary + -ly

overwarily, adverb
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wary (ˈwɛərɪ)
 
adj , warier, wariest
1.  watchful, cautious, or alert
2.  characterized by caution or watchfulness
 
[C16: from ware² + -y1]
 
'warily
 
adv
 
'wariness
 
n

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Example sentences
Her bodyguards watched warily as power posts swung around her, but the
  president remained calm.
Protesters will watch warily for signs that such services are being closed down.
The withdrawal marks the start of a guerrilla war, it said warily.
The multinational firms will warily accept invitations to help bring new
  supplies on stream.
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