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
The NIH researchers warned that prion disease may be more common than originally thought.
And when pollution hangs in the air to the point where we're warned about even breathing it in.
Also, hurricane forecasters routinely warn that these models are anything but reliable this far in advance.
Be warned that hooking your first fish might take a few tries — your leverage is different sitting so low in the water, so setting the hook takes a little practice.
Funds also have been appropriated for HVAC system upgrades and new roofs at several schools, but the HCPS physical plant continues to age, and Licata warned funding is not keeping up with needs.
Aurora officials are warning residents not to use illegal fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July.
And the dragon may be stirring, since many scientists warn that climate change is likely to increase the number of extraordinary storms.
Neither Mr. McConnell’s office nor his top outside political advisers were warned about an impending attack on one of their most endangered incumbents.
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WARN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of warn for English Language Learners
: to tell (someone) about possible danger or trouble
: to tell (someone) to do or not to do something in order to avoid danger or trouble
WARN Defined for Kids
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