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No precautions have been taken to reinforce the ceilings, which could collapse onto the statues.

And as far as security at the screenings goes, League says his theaters have taken the necessary precautions.

What kind of precautions do you take, and do they make it difficult to do your job?

Last month, Charles convened a meeting for NYC members specifically to go over Ebola precautions.

I let them assure me that precautions were being taken, blueprints drawn.

In ordinary times these bills are safe enough, if due precautions are taken.

With these precautions, and a careful destruction of all neighboring weeds, a tolerably clean bed may be expected.

The Czar returned the visit with the same precautions, and was admitted into Kensington House by a back door.

These precautions are necessary, because, like all enterprising animals, the beaver is not without enemies.

For only typhus and one or two other maladies are the precautions so elaborate as those needed in smallpox.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to precautions, such as: benefits, buffer, government aid, insurance, level of economic security guaranteed by government, and parachute.

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