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synonyms for monition

  • admonition
  • caution
  • caveat
  • citation
  • forewarning
  • hint
  • intimation
  • notice
  • order
  • summons
  • warning
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antonyms for monition

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  • heedlessness
  • neglect
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How to use monition in a sentence

The Voices of our Fathers, with thousand-fold stern monition to one and all, bid us awake.
THE ONTARIO READERS: THE HIGH SCHOOL READER, 1886MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
She kept silence, with a look of superiority to all monition.
NEW GRUB STREETGEORGE GISSING
The message and monition of the figure was that resistance would be hopeless; that if blood flowed, woe to him who shed it.
LIBRARY OF THE WORLD'S BEST LITERATURE, ANCIENT AND MODERN, VOL. VIIIVARIOUS
They rowed now without further monition, clucking, each to himself, little prayers for their safe deliverance from the beast.
THE SKIPPER AND THE SKIPPEDHOLMAN DAY
How sharp was the monition of hunger when the keen sea-air blew about your face on issuing out in the morning!
LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE OF POPULAR LITERATURE AND SCIENCE, VOL. 12, NO. 32, NOVEMBER, 1873VARIOUS
When he addressed her she answered, if at all, with her eyes, and in them she put something that resembled a monition.
A TRANSIENT GUESTEDGAR SALTUS
All but one of them said that before the executory letters were published a monition must first be sent to the King.
THE DIVORCE OF CATHERINE OF ARAGONJ.A. FROUDE
From the same root—mon—come monition, admonition; monitor; admonish.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, VOL. 2 (OF 2)JOHN MILLER DOW MEIKLEJOHN
Let attachment and monition issue as prayed returnable on Monday the 9th day of May, 1898.
INTERNATIONAL LAWGEORGE GRAFTON WILSON AND GEORGE FOX TUCKER
Though the storm was raging over the outer world, to Blue Fox in his burrow had come a monition of evil.
HOOF AND CLAWCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
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WORDS RELATED TO MONITION

  • admonition
  • caution
  • cautionary reminder
  • forewarning
  • monition
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