He got up and soon was walking warily in pursuit of the last lantern before it disappeared among the trees.
The captains came; and then out of the trees crept warily other pukel-shapes so like old Ghan that Merry could hardly tell them apart.
Indeed his only trouble was to be ’wary’ according to the counsel of Gandalf, and not to let his tongue wag freely after the manner of a hobbit among friends.
Remnants of an older time they be, living few and secretly, wild and wary as the beasts.
The Wild Men had put out a screen of wary hunters, so that no orc or roving spy should learn of the movements in the hills.
Be wary still!
First, be wary!
They went first to the little spring, and then climbing warily up they came to the road at the point where it swung east towards the Isenmouthe twenty miles away.
It was a wary creature, difficult to see, but Sam had little doubt about it: he longed to get his hands on its neck.
If he had looked back, he might have seen not far below Gollum turn again, and then with a wild light of madness glaring in his eyes come, swiftly but warily, creeping on behind, a slinking shadow among the stones.
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She was taught to be wary of strangers.
She looked wary as she reached out to pet her friend’s new dog.