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notify

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advise

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Synonyms for warn

to notify (someone) of imminent danger or risk

Synonyms for warn

notify of danger, potential harm, or risk

admonish or counsel in terms of someone's behavior

ask to go away

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notify, usually in advance

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A further requirement for warning intelligence is that it should also be ascertained that the warning cycle is completed, namely ensuring that the decision-maker has been warned and that a decision is made.
Both Bishops Ingham and Griswold were warned at the highest levels throughout the Anglican world, what the consequences of their actions would be.
Also, rescue workers digging through unstable rubble in the wake of a major quake could be warned of aftershocks that are on their way.
According to Rowley, "HQ personnel never disclosed to the Minneapolis agents that the Phoenix division had, only approximately three weeks earlier, warned of al-Qaeda operatives in flight schools seeking flight training for terrorist purposes
Front pages across the country warned of the threat to California's bridges, the networks were all over the story, and even CNN's Larry King wanted to interview Davis live.
But if she acts in a way that would independently throw suspicion on her, then, since she'd been warned, her status changes immediately and she is liable for the Sotah.
One obstetrician warned that the dangers of drinking during pregnancy are so serious, therapeutic abortion for alcoholic women may be advised.
Occupants of the danger zone should be warned immediately so they may seek a safer location.
The sanctions possible for Exchange Members are a warning, a fine or debarment, while brokers may be warned or have their brokerage license rescinded.
For the last 30 to 40 years the messages on cigarette packages have warned about the risk to our health from smoking.
On the average, they warned pilots 4 minutes before the most severe wind shear, giving the pilots enough time to avoid a hazardous encounter.