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Cauʹtelous

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Cautious, cunning, treacherous. (Latin, cautēla; French, cauteleux; Spanish, cauteloso.)

“Caught with cautelous baits.”


Shakespeare: Coriolanus, iv. 1.


Swear priests and cowards and men cantelous.”


Shakespeare: Julius Cœsar, ii. 1.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Caught Napping (To be)
Caul
Cauld-lad (The)
Cauline (Sir)
Caurus or Corus
Causa Causans
Causa Causata
Cause (The)
Cause Celébre
Causes
Cautelous
Cauther (Al)
Caution Money
Caut ser
Cava
Cavalerie à Pied
Cavalier
Cavalier or Chevalier de St. George
Cavalier Servant
Cavaliers
Cavall