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caution

1. Law chiefly Brit a formal warning given to a person suspected or accused of an offence that his words will be taken down and may be used in evidence
2. a notice entered on the register of title to land that prevents a proprietor from disposing of his land without a notice to the person who entered the caution
References in classic literature ?
There was none in sight within and so he stepped cautiously around the second turn the more effectually to be hidden from the street.
The moment that von Horn and the girl were entirely concealed by the darkness, the seven moved cautiously along the shadow of the palisade toward the north campong.
She cautiously took one step and then another, and found herself in the middle of a small room containing baggage.
In the darkness George Willard walked along the alleyway, going carefully and cautiously.
Cautiously he moved forward on hands and knees, until at about fifteen feet, or the average thickness of the foundation walls, the floor ended abruptly in a sudden drop.
The wolves were now in the country of game, and though they still hunted in pack, they hunted more cautiously, cutting out heavy cows or crippled old bulls from the small moose-herds they ran across.
The next time we came back more cautiously, and we avoided the glowing coals.
It was just luck you had a tool,' he said cautiously.
Several times I thought I heard faint sounds behind me as of somebody moving cautiously, but eventually even these ceased, and I was left to the contemplation of my position without interruption.
Then the youth cautiously put one hand behind him and brought it against a tree.
So it was that now, as he cautiously approached the village of Mbonga, he was quite prepared either to kill or be killed should he be discovered.
They returned to the mouth of the tunnel and began to creep cautiously up the incline.