forewarn forewarn  /fɔr ˈwɔrn/


  • (v) warn in advance or beforehand; give an early warning


  1. Even so, Casey displayed a lack of judgment in failing to forewarn the President of his potentially embarrassing background.
  2. I forewarn you, the Lake Waco area of Old Mount Carmel will be terribly shaken.
  3. Their mission: to forewarn of the approach of enemy aircraft and if possible to intercept.


  • Microsoft/Oracle: A Yawner That Could Have Been Much More

    If someone has to forewarn you that "BIG NEWS IS COMING!", rest assured that no big news is coming. That's what I thought when Oracle CEO Larry Ellison tried to soften another round of poor earnings with a pre-announcement that it would be soon showcasing "partnerships with the largest and most important SAAS companies in the cloud." And it became sad but true "news" yesterday when Oracle ...
    on June 25, 2013     Source: ReadWriteWeb


  1. "I wish to forewarn the Congress party. There are several reasons why the people are angry at their rule. But, as far as the price rise is concerned, they will make you pay a heavy price whenever the elections are held," Advani said.
    on Apr 6, 2008 By: LK Advani Source: (blog)

  2. "Without further explanation from you, I will feel compelled, upon returning to Washington, to forewarn my colleagues in the Congress that any visits with your government offer little value toward bringing peace and security to Palestinians and...
    on Aug 13, 2007 By: Eric Cantor Source: Jerusalem Post

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