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As you evaluate the effectiveness of your optimizations, beware of confounding variables.

Speaking of zombie meals, the San Francisco 49ers should beware of eating in Arizona, where they will now be playing because virus hospitalizations at home have tripled in a month.

The sobering reality is that there isn’t a single model of economic organization that will allow us to do so, and we must beware of rhetoric for another grand redesign of capitalism.

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Inside the woven exterior is a steel frame for added stability, and the wicker material is environmentally sustainable—just beware if you have a cat who sees all wicker as a potential scratching post.

Your targeting must comply with Google’s advertising on personalization and beware that sensitive keywords will serve only contextually or not at all.

But beware of voting based on the fears stoked by politicians for their own political gain -- on both sides.

And beware the perky morning anchors with their inane questions (Aretha Franklin).

But we should beware of the facile tradition of criticizing colleges, professors, and the young (or just mocking them).

Singh went on to say that Indian women should beware of adopting a western code of feminism.

Dr. Joseph Mercola wrote an article titled, “Women Beware: Most Feminine Hygiene Products Contain Toxic Ingredients.”

In successive letters he reiterates the caution to beware of surprise and treason, and his anxiety for constant news.

In considering the first point, power, the amateur will have to beware of a very possible mistake he may fall into.

Beware of ignorance which assumes the mask of knowledge, or of designing roguery which apes the appearance of innocence.

Beware therefore that you imitate not the doings of others, and be afraid, and the fear of them should seize upon you.

Beware of such vulgar interpolations as "You know," "You see," "I'll tell you what."


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to beware, such as: heed, take care, attend, avoid, mind, and notice.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.