Singh went on to say that Indian women should beware of adopting a western code of feminism.
However maddening this may be, we should beware of going the other way and making everything too plain.
“beware of all enterprises that require new clothes,” Thoreau once wrote.
Do beware of overly expressing a desire for companionship, even if only seeking the fleeting variety.
Corrupt dictators and thieving bureaucrats of the world, beware.
No; I prefer the rain and the thunder to the whispers that steal to my ear in the dark from one of whom I have reason to beware.
In the days of thy youth, ere thy strength is steady, beware of lust.
But beware of supposing that we can take for our guide our desire of happiness, and ourselves calculate its conditions.
beware of the little beginnings which 'eat as doth a canker.'
"beware of ambition, M. Olivier," said Ernestine, smiling in her turn.