Warely

Ware´ly


adv.1.Cautiously; warily.
They bound him hand and foot with iron chains,
And with continual watch did warely keep.
- Spenser.
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Some of the old |cinemas captured on camera by former projectionist Tom Watkins, clockwise, from left, The Oak Cinema, Selly Oak; The Regal Cinema, Handsworth; the Warely Cinema, Birmingham; Prince's Cinema, Smethwick and the Savoy Cinema, Kings Norton and Windsor Cinema, Bearwood
Immediately after Elizabeth announces the divine privilege of sanctuary and the security of her son inside it, we are told that "she verely thought she coulde not kepe him there" (40); and so "she dempte it beste to deliuer him," hoping "it should yet make them the more warely to loke to him, & the more sircumspectly to se to his surety, if she with her owne handes betoke him to them of trust" (41).
S Tangermann and T Warely Agriculture in the GATT New York St Martin's Press 1996.