But I cordially dislike allegory in all its manifestations, and always have done so since I grew old and wary enough to detect its presence.
But let us go on down warily, and we shall see.
If I had, I should never have gone to Isengard, or I should have gone more warily.
If that is so, we must be wary.
Be bold, but wary!
Warily Bilbo followed him, as he went along, cursing, and talking to himself about his ’precious’; from which talk at last even Bilbo guessed the truth, and hope came to him in the darkness: he himself had found the marvellous ring and a chance of escape from the orcs and from Gollum.
’I have quick ears,’ he went on, lowering his voice, ’and though I cannot disappear, I have hunted many wild and wary things and I can usually avoid being seen, if I wish.
Keep it, Aragorn, till we reach the house of Elrond! But be wary, and handle it as little as you may! Alas! the wounds of this weapon are beyond my skill to heal.
We must go warily tomorrow.
It seemed to be wary, and to have some skill in trees, or I might have thought that it was one of you hobbits.
If he was still following, he was very wary and cunning.
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