Definition of Cautiousness

1. Noun. The trait of being cautious; being attentive to possible danger. "A man of caution"

Exact synonyms: Carefulness, Caution
Generic synonyms: Attentiveness
Derivative terms: Careful, Careful, Careful, Cautious
Antonyms: Incaution



Definition of Cautiousness

1. n. The quality of being cautious.

Definition of Cautiousness

1. Noun. The state of being cautious; wariness ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cautiousness

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Literary usage of Cautiousness

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1. A New System of Phrenology by John Shertzer Hittell (1857)
"cautiousness. XVIII. This organ is located on the corner of the skull above the ear ... He who has small cautiousness, is naturally careless, inconsiderate, ..."

2. A System of Phrenology by George Combe (1837)
"cautiousness. THIS organ is situated near the middle of each parietal bone, where the ossification of the bone generally commences. ..."

3. Heads and Faces, and how to Study Them: A Manual of Phrenology and by Nelson Sizer, Henry Shipman Drayton (1885)
"cautiousness ILLUSTRATED. intellect and all the other faculties to watch against ... A proper development of cautiousness is useful in restraining such a ..."

4. Hereditary Descent: Its Laws and Facts Applied to Human Improvement by Orson Squire Fowler (1852)
"cautiousness ENTAILED. THE author, in his professional practice, has seen thousands of instances in which excessive timidity, irresolution, procrastination, ..."

5. Notes on the United States of North America During a Phrenological Visit in by George Combe (1841)
"... B, and cautiousness 12. The correct measurement should be a plane passing through the upper edges of these two organs ; but the centres are well marked ..."

6. The Phrenological Journal and Science of Health (1839)
"PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS OF cautiousness. MR. EDITOR,— Perhaps I owe you an apology, and through you the public, for communicating an article to your Journal ..."

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