warn

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  • They also warn players that some features may not be the final versions.
  • The police take a report but warn that there is little they can do.
  • He says that she is and warns her about going into the woods.
  • He seems to want to make her into a lady, but warns her away from men.
  • The boys run away from school to warn their parents and the colony.
  • His family was warned that he could die or have brain damage.
  • She warns him that she might give birth that very night.
  • Henry warns him that the only way the wish can have its power is if you believe in it.
  • If she ever does so, he warns her, he will destroy the child's father.
  • However, soon it was to become a total war and ships would no longer be warned before being fired upon.
  • Mike warns her to leave his family alone and claims he never truly loved her.
  • He struggled early in the season and was warned that if his poor play continued he might be replaced.
  • They warned that further cuts would leave the armed forces unable to support operations abroad.
  • From the 1950s until the 1970s they warned us again of a coming ice age.
  • Sometimes it could, for example, warn of a bad year coming.
  • These cars are typically marked in order to warn people that there is a police dog on board.
  • After war had broken out, he warned that America could not be conquered.
  • He was warned against using the song for commercial purposes.
  • She decides against punishment but warns him about coming home late again.
  • Outside they should avoid other people and always carry a white stick to warn of their occupation.
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Meaning of warn

  • verb Notify of danger, potential harm, or risk
    The director warned him that he might be fired, The doctor warned me about the dangers of smoking
  • verb Admonish or counsel in terms of someone's behavior
    I warned him not to go too far, I warn you against false assumptions, She warned him to be quiet
  • verb Ask to go away
    The old man warned the children off his property
  • verb Notify, usually in advance
    I warned you that I would ask some difficult questions