cagey

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Synonyms for cagey

having or showing a clever awareness and resourcefulness in practical matters

Synonyms for cagey

showing self-interest and shrewdness in dealing with others

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characterized by great caution and wariness

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THIS game in Berlin could be a cagier one than the under 2.
He is a cagier player now and it has been an excellent year for the Texan who won the Bob Hope, finished runner-up at Waialae and third in the Masters.
The first game between the two produced a surprising 54 points and a first TD make-up of 11 minutes and 14 seconds but tonight's cold conditions could produce a much cagier affair.
True, they have been beaten at home by French opponents in the quarter-finals in the last two years, but games at the start of the group stage tend to be cagier affairs, and forecast rain should make it a low- scoring encounter.
He plans to be a good deal cagier this time around, which makes the possiblity of an early stoppage almost non-
Online fraud and identity theft are on the increase as online criminals become cagier and as the number of consumers who rely on the Internet to conduct financial transactions grows larger," said Frederick Felman, vice president of marketing, Zone Labs.
A cagier second half disrupted by substitutions followed, before Defoe produced a timely piece of quality to snatch victory, smashing into the top corner from the edge of the area.
9, and with these teams sitting third and fourth before last night's matches, there is enough at stake to suggest both teams could be cagier than usual.
amp; Albion played a cagier fight - soaking up pressure then hitting Wolves with pace and guile on the break.
When Jasmine acts even cagier, Anita dials Jason's number and at that moment, Jasmine's phone rings.
A cagier second 45 then ensued, halfchances occurring at alternating ends.
Not surprisingly, the report concluded that women players were altogether cagier, more considered, sorts who display a greater tendency to put their brains into gear before making a move.
Ortiz, meanwhile, plays Anita as a would-be schemer who probably isn't any cagier than she appears.
In Ayhan's absence, the 1500m was always going to be a cagier affair.
Fast forward to yesterday and Price was playing a cagier game.