The Collaborative International Dictionary
Wareless \Ware"less\, a. [See Ware, n.] Unwary; incautious; unheeding; careless; unaware. [Obs.]
And wareless of the evil
That by themselves unto themselves is wrought.
a. 1 (context obsolete English) unwary, incautious. 2 (context obsolete English) unawares of danger etc; unguarded.
Usage examples of "wareless".
The hungry, exhausted farmers and wareless merchants told wildly varying stories.