Carefully [adverb]

Definition of Carefully:

cautiously; painstakingly

Opposite/Antonyms of Carefully:

Sentence/Example of Carefully:

Without a unified standard, it’s important to be careful and do your research when purchasing a filter.

Their study, released in preprint, also suggests the power of careful initial targeting in reducing deaths.

Jung, like Freud, recognized that possibility and was generally careful not to be dogmatic in his conclusions.

Those are two very… unfortunately it’s a, it’s a fine line when you look at how careful people try to be about coding the language to sort of get around it.

I used a bandage, and it did a great job, but be careful to position it well the first time—when you remove it, fuzz from the cloth will stick to it.

The Verge was a bit more careful, saying the incident “may be the first death directly linked to a cyberattack on a hospital.”

Duboe said that as Shopify starts to expand its ambitions, no matter what services it launches, one of the things it has to be careful of is that its merchants don’t feel like Shopify is starting to take on too heavy of a hand.

People also need to be careful to keep up social distancing and mask-wearing when preparing food or going inside to use the bathroom.

The podcast presents a fairly comprehensive look at 25 years of forest management, with careful representation from all the main stakeholders.

With so much time together and so few people, astronauts heading to Mars will need to be very careful to keep their cool.