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
The government of Puerto Rico said it was not forewarned about the change.
Just be forewarned that Slimer, the green ghost, will likely bust straight through your torso.
Although Smith hadn’t been notified when his car would be towed, Snodgrass said the city mailed him multiple citations that forewarned towing as a consequence of unpaid tickets.
Be forewarned, though — some insurance plans cover the device and insertion, but not the doctor's visit to have the IUD removed, according to Bedsider.org.
That’s why, faced with a fearsome flu season, Spinney turns to an old adage: forewarned is forearmed.
But be forewarned: Visiting them might very well become your new routine.
Jumping from mode to mode without forewarning, traditional song structures are hinted at, then abandoned.
That calm was a result of the president’s being well forewarned, the C.I.A. report continued, detailing a number of agency correspondences and memos that suggested a launch was expected by the fall of 1957.
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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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