The correct answer is limit.
A. speak evasively
D. exercise caution
The correct answer is (B) To limit; to restrict; to confine; to draw line around; to mark the boundary of; to describe limits of; to define logically; to enclose within bounds.
Circumscribe comes from Latin circumscribere (to draw a line around).
Examples of use:
- He was circumscribed by the innumerable rules and regulations.
- To circumscribe the area of a science.