give intimation of impending evil
index caution, forewarn

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • caution — I (vigilance) noun attention, attentiveness, care, carefulness, cautio, circumspection, concern, conscientiousness, consideration, cura, diligence, exactitude, exactness, forethought, guardedness, heed, needfulness, meticulousness, mindfulness,… …   Law dictionary

  • forewarn — I verb admonish beforehand, advise, advise against, advise beforehand, alarm, alert, alert to danger, augur, caution, caution against danger, caution beforehand, caution in advance, counsel, deter, discourage, dissuade, exhort, expostulate,… …   Law dictionary

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  • warn — /wɔn / (say wawn) verb (t) 1. to give notice or intimation to (a person, etc.) of danger, impending evil, possible harm, or anything unfavourable: to warn a person of a plot against them; warned that she was in danger. 2. to urge or advise to be… …   Australian English dictionary

  • warn — warner, n. /wawrn/, v.t. 1. to give notice, advice, or intimation to (a person, group, etc.) of danger, impending evil, possible harm, or anything else unfavorable: They warned him of a plot against him. She was warned that her life was in danger …   Universalium

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