from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To make aware in advance of actual or potential harm, danger, or evil.
- transitive v. To admonish as to action or manners.
- transitive v. To notify (a person) to go or stay away: warned them off the posted property.
- transitive v. To notify or apprise in advance: They called and warned me that they might be delayed.
- intransitive v. To give a warning.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To give warning.
- v. To refuse, deny (someone something).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To refuse.
- transitive v. To make ware or aware; to give previous information to; to give notice to; to notify; to admonish; hence, to notify or summon by authority
- transitive v. To give notice to, of approaching or probable danger or evil; to caution against anything that may prove injurious.
- transitive v. To ward off.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A denial; refusal.
- To put on guard by timely notice; wake, ware, or give notice to beforehand, as of approaching danger or of something to be avoided or guarded against; caution; admonish; tell or command admonishingly; advise.
- To admonish, as to any duty; advise; ex postulate with.
- To apprise; give notice to; make ware or aware; inform previously; notify; direct; bid; summon.
- To deny; refuse; forbid.
- To defend; keep or ward off.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. admonish or counsel in terms of someone's behavior
- v. notify, usually in advance
- v. notify of danger, potential harm, or risk
- v. ask to go away
I again warn my fellow Americans who are use to simply standing by while events pass you by ....
One risk of dividend investing, experts warn, is being drawn into mature companies with poor growth prospects.
One viewpoint which has taken me utterly by warn is the strenuous cry for a Chiefs to breeze an Offensive Tackle in a initial round.
Most likely, the envelope had been stolen in what many warn is prime pick-pocketing territory.
The calls warn that a car warranty is about to expire.
The calls warn voters, whether registered or not, that they cannot vote until they fill-out the information in a packet they will receive in the mail.
The labels warn of an increased suicide risk to adults ages 18 to 24.
The new generation of super-coasters exert g-forces in excess of 6.5, which some doctors warn is sufficient to induce brain damage.
I want to warn is precisely the belief that in order to have a claim to be accepted as scientific it is necessary to achieve more.
She asked me if your name warn't Mary Irons before you married Pap.