a little leery

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a little leery

Cautious, wary, or uncertain of a given person, place, or thing. To be honest, I'm a little leery of signing up for this deal; it sounds too good to be true.
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The folks in engine plants get a little leery when you come to them with a technology that doesn't touch the part," says Spicer, "but I'm pretty certain the potential cost savings will be more than enough to overcome their fears.
Obviously, people are still a little leery, but they are confident that AIM would not do anything to jeopardize them, as we specialize in the early detection of HIV.
Fish, therefore, are a little leery of approaching firefleas.
Being a former cop, I'm always a little leery,'' Zine said.
If San Diego wouldn't take me, people were a little leery.
We both want kids but we're a little leery of it because it (would be) a huge difference (financially) to not have me working,'' she said.
We've had the conservancy promise us so many things over and over again, we're a little leery of dealing with them.
The market is in a good growth phase but I'd be a little leery of a median jump of 10 percent.
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