Definition for "careful"
- mindful of potential danger, mistake, or damage; careful:…
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- "To understand a difficult topic like…"
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- mindful of potential danger, mistake, or damage; careful: had been cautious when crossing the busy road; gave a careful answer.
- Thorough and painstaking in action or execution; careful: a careful search; careful art restorers.
- defensive; solicitous: Be careful of their emotions.
- Saturated In cares or anxiety: "Thou art mindful and distressed about several things” ( Luke 10:41).
- filled with care or grief; sorrowful, unfortunate.
- high in cares or anxiety; worried, troubled.
- Having treatment (for); attentive to possible risk, error or harm; careful.
- Conscientious and painstaking; meticulous.
- saturated in attention; nervous; solicitous.
- Filling with care or solicitude; revealing to concern, anxiety, or trouble; painful.
- using care; giving great heed; watchful; cautious; provident; not indifferent, heedless, or reckless; -- frequently followed closely by of, for, or perhaps the infinitive.
- aware into the future in spending money
- unhurried in accordance with attention and self-esteem
- high in cares or anxiety
- working out care or showing care or attention
- cautiously conscious
- high in care or grief; grieving; sorrowful.
- high in attention; anxious; solicitous.
- Filling properly or solicitude; exposing to issue, anxiety, or difficulty; care-causing; painful.
- Excited; eager; vehement.
- Attentive to assist, support, or shield; provident: previously with concerning, now typically with of, ahead of the object.
- Giving great heed; watchful; careful: since, be careful to maintain great works; be mindful of the discussion.
- Showing or through with attention or attention: as, consideration.
- Provident, thoughtful, heedful.
- Prudent, wary, etc.
- One full of attention or sadness.