Origin of forewarn
OTHER WORDS FROM forewarnfore·warn·er, nounfore·warn·ing·ly, adverbun·fore·warned, adjectivewell-fore·warned, adjective
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How to use forewarn in a sentence
Their margin for error is literally zero, and so hiccups from a half-dozen centrists can forewarn a doomed agenda.Democrats Face a Grueling Two Weeks as Infighting Erupts Over Infrastructure|Philip Elliott|September 16, 2021|Time
As you’ve been forewarned, we’re not dealing with realism here.
More troops will remain positioned in neighboring countries, and attack planes will be within rapid reach, forewarned of “insurgent fighters” by armed surveillance drones.
This we forewarn the colored people, in time, is the inevitable and not far distant destiny of the Canadas.
It is a good rule, in reference to this point, to forewarn, instead of finding fault.A Treatise on Domestic Economy|Catherine Esther Beecher
Melancthon doubted not that God had saved his friend by sending one of His holy angels to forewarn him.History of the Great Reformation, Volume IV|J. H. Merle D'Aubign
Shibli Bagarag answered, 'To counsel in extremity; to forewarn; to counteract enchantments and foul magic.'The Shaving of Shagpat, Complete|George Meredith
I forewarn you that I am going desperately into this affair.A Virginia Cousin & Bar Harbor Tales|Mrs Burton Harrison