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made aware

adjective as in reminded

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On Monday, Downing Street said it was first made aware of “a potential offence relating to child abuse imagery” on February 12.

The former employee says staff at Mt. Gox were first made aware of the massive amounts of missing Bitcoins on Friday of last week.

No one outside his inner circle had been made aware, because the cut could be hidden under his skullcap.

The MPs brought up a previous time where Tucker may have been made aware of possible rate fixing.

No decent person who is made aware of the realities of life under occupation for Palestinians can fail to see its immorality.

He had been made aware of what had occurred, and had already consulted with Toby Tubb on the subject.

He was soon made aware of its happy character and constantly kept assured.

It was right that Liosha should be made aware of the emotional subtleties that underlay the bare facts.

For the first time the three seemed to be made aware of the approach of the Federals, and to show consequent alarm and haste.

Several other pieces are still in my body, and not infrequently by certain twinges I am made aware of their presence.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to made aware, such as: advised, cautioned, forewarned, notified, prodded, and prompted.

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