ultracautious

ultracautious

(ˌʌltrəˈkɔːʃəs)
adj
extremely or excessively cautious
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Well, two of the biggest signings - namely Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez - flopped badly on Tuesday night while the 'Special One' was the 'Baffling One' with that strange starting XI and ultracautious tactics.
Although she has made some robust remarks about Brussels grandees as the Brexit battle hots up, she is overall conducting an ultracautious campaign.
That's why being ultracautious will not hurt as much.
If the bookies are being ultracautious with the women in Paris this year, it may make sense for punters to take the hint and follow suit.
Our guides were ultracautious, instructing us in the correct use of ice axes, insisting on helmets all the way back to the van, and descending by foot, rather than by butt, the first third or so.
But Stark hinted he will throw off some of the shackles from Levein's ultracautious approach against Luxembourg to prove he's got what it takes to turn Scotland's fading fortunes around.
Some allege that since defaults on loans are still high in some sectors, for example in agriculture, banks have adopted an ultracautious approach.
Both players are trying to avoid getting into the rival's home preparation and that is leading to ultracautious play.
Primary care physicians already are ultracautious about entering the dementia arena, he said.
What's more, the driver who had been ultracautious in the wet during practice was transformed into one with whom few of his rivals could keep up only two days later, as he married outstanding pace to breathtaking overtaking moves to flawless effect.
Harte insists his team will be ultracautious heading into the Wexford game, a real banana-skin for Tyrone.
That was a run of nine league and cup games and for over an hour ultracautious Plymouth threatened to make it another winless day for Owen Coyle's men.