Examples of forewarning in a Sentence
heeded the forewarning to stay off the ice until the town had checked to see if it was thick enough
Recent Examples of forewarning from the Web
Trump gave no forewarning of his decision to Macron, despite their Oval Office meeting in late April, during which the French leader pleaded with Trump to stick to the Iran deal.
In a forewarning of future purges, the NRC, too, became subject to political witch hunts.
Fortunately, we’ve been given a little more forewarning this time around.
Cogito is also working with the Veterans Administration to test an app that analyzes voice recordings and tries to give health staff a forewarning of major shifts in a patient’s mental health.
Turn up your heat now Fortunately, this storm has brought more forewarning than the last, giving you time to heat up the house in the event the electricity shuts off.
Trump isn't happy with the hasty decision from Zinke, who did not give the White House forewarning about it, Axios reported Sunday.
For all the agency’s forewarning, the super outbreak of 2011 killed more than 320 people.
Apparently, this was unplanned, and Chloe had no forewarning.
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