Synonyms for forewarn
|Grammar : Verb|
|Spell : fawr-wawrn, fohr-|
|Phonetic Transcription : fɔrˈwɔrn, foʊr-|
Top 10 synonyms for forewarn Other synonyms for the word forewarn
Définition of forewarnOrigin :
- early 14c., from fore- + warn. Related: Forewarned; forewarning.
- verb caution that something may happen
- What when they send portents to forewarn the states of Hellas?
- Extract from : « The Memorabilia » by Xenophon
- I left her a short distance from the camp that I might go and forewarn Eric.
- Extract from : « Lords of the North » by A. C. Laut
- I forewarn you that people are not in the habit of fighting duels here.
- Extract from : « The Man With The Broken Ear » by Edmond About
- I now forewarn you that it may hereafter become the seat of war, when you will have your day.
- Extract from : « The Hour and the Man » by Harriet Martineau
- I forewarn you that I become incensed when I am made a subject of ridicule.
- Extract from : « Louis XIV., Makers of History Series » by John S. C. Abbott
- It isnt like him to forewarn a man, even when hes sure he cant escape.
- Extract from : « Ainslee's, Vol. 15, No. 6, July 1905 » by Various
- In the fifth place, I advise and forewarn these men as their personal friend.
- Extract from : « Select Temperance Tracts » by American Tract Society
- Also I had learned her identity, and it now remained for me to forewarn her of what was intended.
- Extract from : « The Stretton Street Affair » by William Le Queux
- What has your guardian spirit been about, not to forewarn you?
- Extract from : « The Daughters of Danaus » by Mona Caird
- Unhappily the hat does not forewarn: it is simply indicative.
- Extract from : « Sandra Belloni, Complete » by George Meredith
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