supercautious

supercautious

(ˌsuːpəˈkɔːʃəs)
adj
informal very or extremely cautious
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A spokesman said: "Is this a massive over-reaction of supercautious politicians and bureaucrats who are far more concerned about their own liability - while suffering none of the financial carnage that this will cause the airlines and their feeding chain?
Here he followed the authority of Kautsky (at this time "supercautious Kautsky" and not yet "renegade Kaustky," as he would become for Lenin after the outbreak of the First World War), whose "scientific definition of the concept nationality" was based on two main criteria: language and territory.
a politically bankrupt Boris Yeltsin or Japan's supercautious Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi?