Definition of 'cagey'
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The first half was cagey with four penalties the only scores on the board. The Sun (2016)It was a cagey old affair. The Sun (2015)Chances were at a premium in a cagey first half ruined by high winds and a total inability to mount dangerous attacks. The Sun (2014)Big games will remain tight, cagey affairs. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I actually told him about the nomination and he was a bit cagey about it. Times, Sunday Times (2009)After a cagey opening Ireland settled. Times, Sunday Times (2012)FROM one cagey, cautious display to another. The Sun (2008)The Champions League is always a bit cagey. The Sun (2012)With so much on the line I expect the games to be very cagey, tactical affairs for the first hour or so. The Sun (2014)
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Used Rarely. cagey is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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