Warning synonyms

wôr'nĭng
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The thing predicted or foretold
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Opinion given as to what to do or how to handle a situation; counsel
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Of a monitor or using a monitor or monitors
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To give warning to:
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Urge is defined as to force or push to stimulate someone to take action.
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The definition of alert is a state of awareness as to what is going on with one’s surroundings, and often causes a person to be ready to quickly respond to a possibly dangerous situation.
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An international signal used by a distressed ship or aircraft to request help.
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(Rare) admonitory
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Of or pertaining to an admonition
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A judge’s advice, cautionary statement, direction, reprimand, or warning to a jury, lawyer, party, spectator, or witness regarding any matter that arises during a judicial proceeding.
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An admonition, caution, or warning.
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To urge or exhort
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To prevent or try to prevent by disapproving or raising objections or obstacles
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To give a tip to:
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To give signs or warning of; portend:
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To communicate by speech or writing; express with words:
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To make known or communicate (information) by signals
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To give a presage, or warning, of; portend
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To state, tell about, or make known in advance, especially on the basis of special knowledge:
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To give notice to; inform; announce to
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To give advice to; advise
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To give a warning or admonishment:
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To inform or notify
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To give warning to.
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To notify; inform
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To give a hint of; suggest indirectly; intimate
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To ask for without demanding.
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To make attractive or acceptable:
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To say or plead in protest, objection, complaint, etc.
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Prepare is defined as to make ready, put together or provide with what is needed.
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To forbid is defined as to order that something not occur, or to prevent something from occurring.
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To reprove is to criticize or scold someone.
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(Chiefly literary) To lay upon, as an order or command; to give an injunction to; to direct with authority; to order; to charge.
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To remind is to cause a person to remember.
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To notify in advance; inform
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Respectful attention or consideration:
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(Archaic) alarm
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An indication of something important or calamitous about to occur; an omen.
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Prophetic significance
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A hint; indirect suggestion
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A clairvoyant or clairaudient experience, such as a dream, which resonates with some event in the future.
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Something, such as a letter, by which notice is given.
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The definition of a sign is anything that shows a meaning, a mark used as an abbreviation or shortening of something, or a publicly displayed board.
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A mechanism designed to warn of danger or trespassing
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Something indicated as necessary or expedient:
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An extraordinary event serving as evidence of supernatural power, a miracle
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A slight indication of a fact, wish, etc.; indirect suggestion or piece of advice; intimation; covert allusion
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Something learned or to be learned.
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A person or agency answering questions as a service to others
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A similar case that constitutes a model or precedent:
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(Now Rare) A token or indication
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Something enjoined; command; order
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Exhortation is defined as the act or process of making a strong urging or appeal.
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(Idiomatic) A piece of advice.
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(Idiomatic) An obvious clue or indication.
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A signal of distress in code ( − − − ) used internationally in wireless telegraphy, as by ships
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(Idiomatic) alternative form of writing on the wall A divine prediction or sentence to fate.
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Deterring or tending to deter
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Of or relating to a homily, or to homiletics.
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Of or relating to a mentor
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Giving or containing monition; admonishing
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Specifically, giving indication of a coming ill; being an evil omen; threatening; portentous; inauspicious.
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Indicating or typical of a particular disease
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Serving as a warning.
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Relating to prodrome; indicating an early stage of a disease.
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The definition of salutary is something that is good or that is beneficial to your health.
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(Biology, of the colouring of some insects etc) Acting as a sign of danger.
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Divination from omens
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An omen or a sign.
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Any light or radio signal for warning or guiding
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An instance that warns or discourages prospective imitators
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The definition of a caution is a warning, or is the act of expressing care because of potential risk or danger.
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The axiom or principle in commerce that the buyer alone is responsible for assessing the quality of a purchase before buying.
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The reporting of a person to the authorities for possible criminal prosecution.
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A sermon, especially concerning a practical matter.
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A literary work or speech expressing a bitter lament or a righteous prophecy of doom.
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An official or legal notice; specif., an order issued by a court, as a summons or a command to refrain from doing some act
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An indication or warning of a future occurrence; an omen.
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A sense that something is about to occur; a premonition.
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(Medicine) an early symptom warning of the onset of a disease
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Any alarm, or sound of warning
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To warn or notify of a fault; to reprove gently or kindly, but seriously; to exhort.
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To give or take advice.
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To condition, train, or accustom in advance.
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Warn is defined as to tell or caution against danger.
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(Nautical) A group of sailors and officers aboard a ship or shore station with a common period of duty: starboard watch, port watch.
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Giving or serving as a warning; admonitory:
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The definition of exemplary is an excellent model or example, or a sample worthy person or thing.
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cautionary advice about something imminent (especially imminent danger or other unpleasantness)
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A signal, often a prearranged one, given secretly, as in warning
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(Grammar, not comparable) Inflected hortative verb form that a speaker uses to avidly encourage a listener.
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To speak in the manner of a sermon.
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