beware[ bih-wair ]SEE DEFINITION OF beware
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEWARE
Avoid me—place yourself in the condition of my opponent, and beware.
As for the traitors, let them beware, for my arm is longer than they dream.
Also it is a notice to the gods of the enemy that theirs is the stronger god, and to beware.
America, to be true to herself, must beware of such false lights, of the press as these.
Some good fellows have warned me to beware of them, they cheat man and beast.
But women must beware of sham emotion and lachrymose sentimentality.
Beware of forming wrong conceptions of what must take place.
Beware of taking to thyself a wife for the sake of her portion.
Again and again she had said to herself, "I will beware of it."
These two letters warned the Government to beware of Gavard.