circumspectness

circumspectness

(ˈsɜːkəmˌspɛktnəs)
n
the quality of being circumspect
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In light of Gingles's circumspectness, it makes little sense to treat its dicta as gospel in other section 2 contexts.
The letters, in particular, reveal an almost dramatic attentiveness to nuances of character and event, and a mind so finely attuned to political hazard, that almost every phrase conveys degrees of circumspectness and expediency.
Although it is marked with a slow speed and circumspectness, the banking reform is an unavoidable demand because it is consistent with the need to implement reforms in other areas in order to solve the prolonged monetary and economic crisis.