Examples of forewarn in a Sentence
I should forewarn you before you come to visit that we have a dog.
Recent Examples of forewarn from the Web
If the world starts closing in on Mark Richt like a pressure cooker about to blow, the University of Miami football coach won’t need to look at social media, read his emails or turn on the radio to be forewarned.
Be forewarned that there’s a $32-per-night resort fee — which includes parking, Wi-Fi and 15 percent off spa and pro shop merchandise.
But, be forewarned, the rolling, rubbing, clicking, spinning, and flipping mechanism that currently has all the kids entranced can come at a great cost—a dangerous one at at that.
The Japanese navy was crippled by the loss of four aircraft carriers - all used in the attack on Pearl Harbor - and hundreds of planes and sailors when it was ambushed by a smaller U.S. force that had been forewarned by good intelligence.
The Japanese navy was crippled by the loss of four aircraft carriers — all used in the attack on Pearl Harbor — and hundreds of planes and sailors when it was ambushed by a smaller U.S. force that had been forewarned by good intelligence.
That’s one problem with dystopian fiction: forewarned is not always forearmed.
Be forewarned, though, the flesh is not very palatable.
Just as we had been forewarned, there’s nothing here.
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First Known Use of forewarn
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Definition of forewarn for English Language Learners
: to warn (someone) before something happens
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