Wary; careful: a cagey avoidance of a definite answer. (adjective)
Crafty; shrewd: a cagey lawyer. (adjective)
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Use "cagey" in a sentence
"Onto the match and the first half could best be described as "cagey" - this is the polite way of saying it was a bit dull."
"KURTZ: When Lou Dobbs abruptly quit CNN, he was kind of cagey about what he'd do next."
"This guy is not only funny and informative, but he's pretty "cagey" in getting the journalistic "goods" on the "bad guys.""