verb (used with object)
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Origin of forewarn
OTHER WORDS FROM forewarnfore·warn·er, nounfore·warn·ing·ly, adverbun·fore·warned, adjectivewell-fore·warned, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for forewarn
Election officials have forewarned that votes may take several days to count—especially those in key battleground states like Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, where mail-in ballots can’t be processed until the morning of Election Day.
However, be forewarned that I too ride a Harley today—a vintage Springer Softail chopper.
Be forewarned, it's perhaps the most upsetting thing you'll ever read.
But be forewarned, dear reader: this is a complicated gesture, one that might lead some people to court and others to jail.If You’re Hunting for Forrest Fenn’s Buried Treasure, Start Here|Tony Doukopil|March 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Jace Lacob has the best moments from the last five seasons, but be forewarned: SPOILER ALERT AHEAD!
The family was forewarned that Tallulah was anxious to visit Ford County and see her new in-laws.
This time, Europe served as the main target of the celestial projectiles, and observers were numerous and forewarned.A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century|Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke
On our arrival in the country we were forewarned of the danger by the French resident magistrate of the province.Indo-China and Its Primitive People|Henry Baudesson
To be forewarned is to be forearmed, let us look out for this, expect it, then we shall not be afraid to meet it.The Discipline of War|John Hasloch Potter
Eugene, having been forewarned by Carlotta, took it with a show of polite surprise.The "Genius"|Theodore Dreiser
If nobody had noticed the arrangements for this new experiment so far; why should anybody be forewarned?The Brain|Alexander Blade