verb (used with object)
Origin of forewarn
Related formsfore·warn·er, nounfore·warn·ing·ly, adverbun·fore·warned, adjectivewell-fore·warned, adjective
Examples from the Web for forewarned
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