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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcharychar‧y /ˈtʃeəri $ ˈtʃeri/ adjective especially British English  WILLINGunwilling to risk doing something syn warychary about/of doing something Banks were chary of lending the company more money.
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charyAutomakers are chary about shipping base cars for test drives, because those cars sell poorly.I would be chary of anything caught in these murky waters.Toby winning a victory over the headmaster on Monday night which made him chary of challenging him again on Wednesday.The slaughter houses are chary of taking freeze-branded animals.He understood, as well, why Fenella had been so chary of telling the entire truth.
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