Crowder is wary of journalists from outside the conservative world.
But until those guidelines are released, experts are wary of the repercussions future investors might face.
But his gold-plated economic team may give conservatives yet another reason to be wary of him.
What I am doing is that we have information that makes us wary.
Fiercely antigovernment, the resident said he is wary of sectarian tensions simmering beneath the surface.
Hay, wary man-about-town as he was, noted the flush, and guessed its cause.
But when they reached Rhegium, the wary Spartan was already beyond their reach.
Like equally-matched veterans they advanced with grim purpose and wary deliberation.
The wary and skillful Johnston had another army, and he could not be far away.
They were basking, no doubt; but, for birds so wary, why did they not spring up and take to flight?
1550s, from Old English wær "prudent, aware, alert, wary," from Proto-Germanic *waraz (cf. Old Norse varr "attentive," Gothic wars "cautious," Old Saxon giwar, Middle Dutch gheware, Old High German giwar, German gewahr "aware"), from PIE root *wer- "to cover" (see weir). Related: Warily; wariness.