Cautel

Cau'tel noun [ French cautèle , Latin cautela , from cavere to be on one's guard, to take care.] 1. Caution; prudence; wariness. [ Obsolete] Fulke. 2. Craft; deceit; falseness. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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Cautel

• (n.) Craft; deceit; falseness. • (n.) Caution; prudence; wariness.
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cautel

cautel, cautility 1. A crafty device, artifice, stratagem; a trick, sleight, deceit. 2. Cunning, craftiness, wiliness, trickery. 3. A precaution; in Law, etc.; an exception, restriction, or reservation made for precaution's sake. 4. A caution or direction for the proper administration of the sacraments; especially in cautels of the Mass. 5. In its ...
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