What is the adjective for cautious?
Cautious IS an adjective. An adjective is an action!
Cautious is an adjective because its something you do. 2nd answer: 'Cautious' is an adjective because it modifies a noun. "Are you a cautious person?" (Something that you do is actually a verb.)
The word "cautious" is not a noun; it's an adjective, a word used to describe a noun. The noun form of the adjective "cautious" is cautiousness. The word "cautious" is the adjective form of the noun caution.
No. it is not. The word "cautious" is an adjective.
Cautious is an adjective.
That is the correct spelling of the adjective "cautious" (careful).
The adjective cautious has the adverb form cautiously. It means in a careful or cautious manner.
The adjective form is cautious. Example: He took cautious steps trying not to wake anyone up.
No, the word cautious is not an adverb. The word cautious is an adjective. Cautiously is the adverb form.
The word 'cautious' is not a verb, it's an adjective, a word used to describe a noun. The verb is to caution. The word 'caution' is also a noun. The noun form of the adjective 'cautious' is cautiousness.
The noun form for the adjective cautious is cautiousness. A related noun form is caution.
No, the word 'cautious' is an adjective a word used to describe a noun. The noun form of the adjective 'cautious' is cautiousness, an abstract noun as a word for a concept. A related noun is caution, also an abstract noun as a word for a concept.
Cautious doesn't have a future tense as it's an adjective. Only verbs have tenses.
The abstract noun form for the adjective cautious is cautiousness. A related abstract noun form is caution.
It can be "careful" (cautious) or "caring" (showing care or concern).
It means uneasy or anxious. Apprehensive is an adjective. apprehensive means afraid or cautious
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No. Caution is a noun. To use the -LY suffix, add it to the ADJECTIVE form (which in this case is cautious) and you will form the adverb (cautiously).
The adjective circumspect describes someone as cautious or discreet. Some antonyms are audacious, bold, careless, indiscreet, or rash.
Cautious is an adjective, so it does not have a possessive form. The noun form of cautious is caution, so the possessive noun would be caution's. It is an abstract noun, so it would be difficult to find an appropriate way to use it, but a suggestion would be "With caution's hindsight, the children learnt to cross the street only after looking both ways carefully."
'Warily' is an adverb, derived from the adjective 'wary'. 'Wary' is a word used to describe someone who is for example very watchful, is on guard, or 'cautious'.
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more cautious and most cautious
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The adjective prudential is a form of the word prudent, which means careful, discreet, cautious, wise or reasonable. Prudential guidance would be guidance given in a careful, discreet, cautious, wise, or reasonable manner. An example sentence: The supervisors on Answers.com give prudential guidance to prevent newcomers to the site from abusing the privileges.
Cauteloso is the Spanish word for cautious.
He was extra cautious driving on the icy roads. She was cautious not to break her new dishes.
Be cautious out there. You might have some trouble.
be cautious to not step in the wrong whole
The opposite of cautious is: Careless or Hasty
The teacher was very cautious with the disabled child that she was teaching.
That man was extremely cautious in his decision.
The word "about" can be a preposition, adverb, or adjective, but it cannot be a pronoun. The following sentences provide examples using "about" as different parts of speech: Preposition: Matt told us about his meeting with the representatives. Adverb: Jane was about to leave when she saw the red stain on the carpet. Adverb: I met Gary about three years ago. Adjective: We were cautious, suspecting that there were spies about.
I would be cautious about using that on your hair.
Women should be cautious to include iron and calcium in their diets.
Some mothers are over cautious. Often this is the case with a first born child. However not all mothers are over cautious. If you think your mother is, talk it over with a trusted adult.
The word 'light' and 'skinned' are adjectives used to describe a noun; for example: Most light skinned people have to be cautious of direct sunlight. The compound adjective 'light skinned' describes the noun 'people'.
The pronoun 'one' is an indefinite pronoun and has no antecedent. The indefinite pronoun 'one' is a word for any person in general. In the sentences, "One should be cautious.:" the pronoun 'one' means anyone. Note: The word 'one' is also a noun and an adjective.
Since hearing about the flu, I've noticed people are very cautious about shaking hands in church.
Cautious, careful, he makes sure that what ever he does isn't too dangerous, and anything else that means 'cautious'.
The Slow and the Cautious - 2002 was released on: USA: 8 February 2002 (premiere)
to be careful
Green means that you are ALWAYS environmentally cautious and you love being outdoors. You are an excellent listener who is cautious in every situation.
Another word for careful is cautious. cautious heedful meticulous observant prudent mindful alert apprehensive thoughtful
The phrase "wary of the weather" means that someone/something is cautious of the weather, since the word wary means caution or cautious.
1. Showing or practicing caution; careful. 2. Tentative or restrained; guarded: felt a cautious optimism that the offer would be accepted.