Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. You may find more data at caveat.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • The term Caveat emptore (buyer beware) surely applies here. the equivelent would be if you brought a car and then tried to take it back because 3 weeks later the clutch buggered up. you wouldnt have a hope in hell, and neith should telstra no matter what court you go to.

    TPN :: GDay World

  • The One Impossible Idea Caveat is an example of such — the allowance that one (but only one) chimera may be present in a narrative.

    Notes Toward a Theory of Narrative Modality

  • The One Impossible Idea Caveat is an example of such — the allowance that one (but only one) chimera may be present in a narrative.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • To read more on the life issues that intrigued and moved them, you'll have to go to the Self-Improvement section, where, unfortunately, the watchword these days is "Caveat" - since there is no particular education, background, perspicacity, or overall tenor of mind required for authoring a book of general life advice, and far too often a vapid new mysticism of wishful thinking passing itself off as wisdom crowds the shelves with clever titles and brash claims.

    Tom Morris: Where Have All The Philosophers Gone?

  • "That old Latin term Caveat Emptor, Buyer Beware, they should have followed up with the town probably to make sure Ryan wasn't selling them a bill of goods

    NBC3 - Local News

  • "That old Latin term Caveat Emptor, Buyer Beware, they should have followed up with the town probably to make sure Ryan wasn't selling them a bill of goods

    NBC3 - Local News

  • "Caveat" was one of several books he wrote about his public life.

    Former Secretary of State Alexander Haig Dies at 85

  • He titled his 1984 memoir "Caveat," perhaps in honor of one notorious locution, "'I'll have to caveat my response, senator."

    Former Secretary of State Alexander Haig Dies at 85

  • "Caveat" was one of several books he wrote about his public life.

    Former Secretary of State Alexander Haig Dies at 85

  • He titled his 1984 memoir "Caveat," perhaps in honor of one notorious locution, "'I'll have to caveat my response, senator."

    Former Secretary of State Alexander Haig Dies at 85

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.