[ fawr-ahrm, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forearmed
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If I had been a prophet I should have been forewarned and, consequently, forearmed.

With a view to success in the work, forewarned is forearmed.

If for a moment it appalled him, yet in the end, forewarned, he was forearmed.

He complied; but “forewarned, forearmed”—there was nothing in it.

All this I saw, against it all I was forewarned, and forearmed.

Traverse, I say these things to you that being 'forewarned' you maybe 'forearmed.'

Forewarned is forearmed, and you know all about this person already.

He will be forewarned of every danger, forearmed in the means by which danger is avoided.

I have had my fall and my warnings, and to be forewarned is to be forearmed.

Forewarned to find in him a tyrant they were forearmed to resist him.