Examples of warn in a Sentence
I had been warned about the difficulties of the job.
She warned me that the stove was still hot.
“This won't be easy,” he warned.
Nobody warned me about the dangers.
I warned him to be careful, but he didn't listen to me.
She warned us not to go too close to the fire.
Recent Examples of warn from the Web
Meteorologists warn that with a windchill at 20 degrees below, frostbite can kick in within just 30 minutes.
When the snowfall stops, authorities warn that an even more dangerous situation will follow: painful cold.
Kurt Volker, Trump’s special envoy for Ukraine, recently warned that the deadliest fighting since February had erupted in eastern Ukraine.
National Weather Service forecasters warn 30 minutes or more exposure to the cold will risk frostbite.
But doctors in the US warn that drinking any alcohol while pregnant could come with medical risks, such as the possibility of miscarriage, stillbirth, or physical and behavioral problems in the baby.
While no new snowfall is expected, officials warn residents to be on the lookout for blowing snow and slick roads.
Nonetheless, some allied officials warn against dismissing Lithuanian national-security concerns.
Last year, the federal Drug Enforcement Administration warned police department about the dangers of fentanyl exposure to officers in the field.
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Origin and Etymology of warn
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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