II. Prospective Volition

2. Subservience to Ends; Contingent Subservience


[Nouns] warning, early warning, caution, caveat; notice (information) [more]; premonition, premonishment; prediction [more]; contraindication, lesson, dehortation; admonition, monition; alarm [more].

handwriting on the wall, mene mene tekel upharsin, red flag, yellow flag; fog-signal, foghorn; siren; monitor, warning voice, Cassandra, signs of the times, Mother Cary's chickens, stormy petrel, bird of ill omen, gathering clouds, clouds in the horizon, death watch.

watchtower, beacon, signal post; lighthouse (indication of locality) [more].

sentinel, sentry; watch, watchman; watch and ward; watchdog, bandog, housedog; patrol, patrolman, vedette, picket, bivouac, scout, spy, spial; undercover agent, mole, plainclothesman; advanced guard, rear guard; lookout.

cautiousness [more].

[Verbs] warn, caution; forewarn, prewarn; admonish, premonish; give notice, give warning, dehort; menace (threaten) [more]; put on one's guard; sound the alarm [more]; croak.

beware, ware; take warning, take heed at one's peril; keep watch and ward (care) [more].

[Adjectives] warning; premonitory, monitory, cautionary; admonitory, admonitive; sematic.

warned, forewarned; on one's guard (careful) [more], (cautious) [more].

[Adverbs] in terrorem (threat) [more].

[Interjections] beware! ware! take care! look out! fore! [golf], mind what you are about!, take care what you are about! mind!

[Phrases] ne reveillez pas le chat qui dort; foenum habet in cornu; caveat actor; le silence du people est la legon des rois; verbum sat sapienti; un averti en vaut deux.

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