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- adv. In a warning manner; in such a way as to warn
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a warning manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a warning manner; so as to warn; by way of notice or admonition.
Some one called warningly from the opposite bank, whereat they stood still and conferred together.
[Illustration: His jaw closed fast, -- and in the same instant his outstretched hand smashed down upon the wine glass] "Tom!" he called warningly, and he laid his hand on Blake's shoulder.
"For God's sake, take the count!" one of Joe's seconds cried warningly from the edge of the ring.
"Don't y 'do it," he called warningly, but she did, and boxed his ears soundly while he was getting Marc in hand again.
"Haplo," the Hand called warningly, casting a significant look out the porthole.
But out on the river the fog yet lay dense; and two boats somewhere in the impenetrable whiteness were calling warningly to each other.
It also induces in some a perpetual good-humored irritability wherein one can slap and cuddle a child in the same instant, or shout threateningly or lovingly, call warningly and murmur encouragingly in an astonishing sequence.
Wallie, breathless from running, arrived with the axe, which he handed to Mr. Hicks, who called warningly as he swung it:
Druid, who had himself been a wrestler in his youth, and who had been brought ashore to witness the contest, called warningly aloud, "Save thyself, O king!"
As the peace-maker's work was already drawing to a close, the wounded lad, pointing with his sound hand in the direction of the school, suddenly called warningly:
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