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Synonyms for caution

Synonyms for caution

careful forethought to avoid harm or risk

the exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters

advice to beware, as of a person or thing

to notify (someone) of imminent danger or risk

Synonyms for caution

the trait of being cautious

a warning against certain acts


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judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger

the trait of being circumspect and prudent

warn strongly

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defines the Lead director as a "first among equals" and cautions against treating the role as that of a "super director" or creating a bi-level culture among independent directors
And while you're downloading, check out tips from veterinarian Scott Goldstein, who cautions against giving chocolate to dogs and cats (it's totally toxic); making sure you dog wears ID tags and is always walked on a leash, and checking your pet's costume so that it doesn't interfere with his breathing or ability to see.
The ultrasound itself is difficult to administer and read, so Greenland cautions against relying too heavily on this technique.
Advanced Forecasting cautions against using extrapolations based on the current period to forecast the IC Cycle.
Olympians and sports leaders in general need to work harder with young people and their families to create a positive, anti-drug environment that stresses the ideals of good sportsmanship and cautions against the life threatening dangers of performance-enhancing drugs.
Nudds cautions against applying these results directly to rabies or to skunks, but he does note similarities between the way rabies and canine distemper spread and the way skunks and raccoons adapt to city living.
But coach Alvarez cautions against believing the Badgers are simply a one-man team, in spite of Dayne's considerable accomplishments.
At the same time, he cautions against assuming that behavioral similarities translate into cellular ones.
Diaz of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Boulder cautions against concluding that greenhouse gases have caused this century's Precipitation changes.
Because it has changed how it categorizes and tabulates companies, the Census Bureau cautions against comparing the 1997 data with the previous economic census in 1992.
Nolan cautions against any immediate plans for using such altered viruses to treat people infected with HIV, citing concern that the viruses might spread to and harm uninfected people.
In view of the information contained in this release, management cautions against relying on any information previously provided with regard to Silverleaf's 2000 results and 2001 outlook.
John Mellors of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, a pioneer of this so-called viral load test, cautions against drawing firm conclusions from the new study.