warning


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warning

noun admonitio, admonition, alarm, alert, caution, caveat, commination, contraindication, foreshadow, monition, monitus, notice of danger, omen, portent, presage, prognostic, symptom, threat, ultimatum
Associated concepts: adequate warning, ample warning, duty to warn, failure to warn, proper warning, sufficient warning, timely warning, warning attached to a products label
See also: admonition, advice, caveat, clue, deterrent, forerunner, harbinger, hortative, indication, indicator, intelligence, news, notification, precaution, precursor, premonition, remonstrance, remonstrative, reprimand, symptom, threat, tip, ultimatum
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There he lives on our money, in the house that his father's warning has closed against me
and, without knowing it, must have set some warning current in motion.
Mindful of the Fairy's warning he did not dare to address her, but she on her part greeted him in the most friendly manner, and asked him at once if he were under the power of the wicked Fairy.
In advising me that I must not leave the boundaries of the city Sola had explained that Woola would prevent this anyway should I attempt it, and she warned me most urgently not to arouse his fierce nature by ignoring his warnings should I venture too close to the forbidden territory.
The pleasant days of Spring and Summer passed away, and in little Annie's garden Autumn flowers were blooming everywhere, with each day's sun and dew growing still more beautiful and bright; but the fairy flower, that should have been the loveliest of all, hung pale and drooping on little Annie's bosom; its fragrance seemed quite gone, and the clear, low music of its warning chime rang often in her ear.
He tied her up, therefore, that she might have no chance of warning Sir Henry, and he hoped, no doubt, that when the whole countryside put down the baronet's death to the curse of his family, as they certainly would do, he could win his wife back to accept an accomplished fact and to keep silent upon what she knew.
From the lips of the ape-man broke a rumbling growl of warning.
These men had told them of a terrible white devil that pursued them, warning the natives against it and the frightful pack of demons that accompanied it.
Gahan did as he was bid, but warning the kaldane that his hand was ever ready at his dagger's hilt.
That's a very plain and distinct warning in a remarkably complicated code, and it's addressed--to Sir Alfred Anselman.
He bellied cautiously inside and was met by a warning snarl from the she-wolf.
The woman's coarse warning actually proved useful to me; it started a new idea in my mind