Thesaurus / warn
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
A bell is automatically rung by the machine to warn the attendant that the desired length has been deposited into the can.
I came to warn the man, Marchand, for if Dennis kills him, then they will hang Dennis.
THE WORLD FOR SALE, COMPLETEGILBERT PARKER
But so sharp were her tones I hadn't the courage to warn her that even Susan had read most of it.
MEMOIRS OF A MIDGETWALTER DE LA MARE
Eager to warn the traveller of what she had seen, she touched her.
THE ANGEL OVER THE RIGHT SHOULDERELIZABETH WOOSTER STUART PHELPS
We warn all People, and particularly young People, against such Sins as these.
A GENERAL HISTORY OF THE PYRATES:DANIEL DEFOE
O ye men and women of the world, take this book and warn all sinners, or copy it out and circulate it for general information!
I warn you that she's sure to take you up hotly for a day or two, while you're new, but she'll drop you again afterwards.
THE JOLLIEST TERM ON RECORDANGELA BRAZIL
Once more let me warn you to get rid of sinful secrets, and amend your life, if you wish to be at peace.
THE LOST LADY OF LONEE.D.E.N. SOUTHWORTH
It shows a bright light at night to warn sailors of rocks or shallow places.
HIGHROADS OF GEOGRAPHYANONYMOUS
"I warn Monsieur de Vasselot that such frankness is imprudent; he may regret it," put in the notary with a solemn face.
THE ISLE OF UNRESTHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
WORDS RELATED TO WARN
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