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Synonyms for monition

advice to beware, as of a person or thing

Synonyms for monition

cautionary advice about something imminent (especially imminent danger or other unpleasantness)

a summons issued after the filing of a libel or claim directing all parties concerned to show cause why the judgment asked for should not be granted

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The true distinction between such proceedings as are and such as are not invasions of the exclusive admiralty jurisdiction is this: If the cause of action be one cognizable in admiralty, and the suit be in rem against the thing itself, though a monition be also issued to the owner, the proceeding is essentially one in admiralty.
This sage monition applies as much today as ever and finds within the field of technoscience a particularly snug and foreboding fit.
Asma Afsaruddin, "Constructing Narratives of Monition and Guile: The Politics of Interpretation," Arabica 48 (2001): 329-31.
This monition is especially true with respect to older space that fails to measure up to state-of-the-art requirements in many industrial sectors.
Therefore, if I should certainly say to a novice, "Write from experience and experience only," I should feel this was rather a tantalizing monition if I were not careful immediately to add, "Try to be one of those on whom nothing is lost!" (James, 427)
monition, the discussion of higher education as a market has continued to the point that it has become an unquestioned assumption in many discussions, especially among policymakers.
The day of Sturm's monopoly monition, Goss Graphic Systems president Robert M.
Dante's statement on the impossibility of adequate "musical" translation of poetry, "Sappia ciascuno che nulla cosa per legame musaico armonizzata si puo de la sua loquela in altra trasmutare, senza rompere tutta sua dolcezza e armonia" (Convivio I, VII), stands as an eternal monition to those who attempt to versify the Commedia.
Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury's science fiction novel about a world that outlaws books becomes a powerful monition against communist notions of equality.
Generally, when the shipowner complies with the requirements of the Limitation Act, the federal court entertaining the limitation proceeding will issue a monition to all claimants ordering them to file their claims in the limitation proceeding and their answers to the limitation petition before a certain date.
Beyond providing the proverbial wisdom of the ages, the moral monition of eternal divinity, and the prudential advice of their time emphasized by Mack, aphorisms offered stimuli for contemplation and analysis of matters public and private.
In Towson Beatrice's ad monition to believe nothing but what comes from her lips seems unmotivated.
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