On guard; watchful: taught to be wary of strangers. (adjective)
Characterized by caution: a wary glance at the black clouds. (adjective)
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Use "wary" in a sentence
"She sat in the chair opposite from him, her expression wary."
"He stopped and slowly turned, his expression wary."
"— And Celebrating A dispatch from Beijing: After the Peace Prize, China's democracy activists remain wary and watched."