warn away

warn away

v.
To notify someone to go or stay away: The guide warned the tourists away from the edge of the cliff. The sign warned away trespassers.
See also: away, warn
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At the opening to the subterranean passage that led to their haven of refuge a mighty battle was fought in which the yellow men were victorious, and within the caves that gave ingress to their new home they piled the bodies of the dead, both yellow and green, that the stench might warn away their enemies from further pursuit.
And ever since that long-gone day have the dead of this fabled land been carried to the Carrion Caves, that in death and decay they might serve their country and warn away invading enemies.
The angry faces, the Nazi symbols, intended to frighten, intended to warn away the faint of heart, these we saw a few days ago in Charlottesville.
Danielle Patsy Soulsby: "When I had a flat with them in Gateshead we had a fire and the felt round my front door was completely warn away, so the smoke came through it wasn't up to standard.
Prosecutor Alex Bozman told Kirklees Magistrates' Court in Huddersfield that he pushed Miss Warn away before pinning her down and punching her in the face adding: "He left, causing damage to a window and the windows of her car parked outside.
The behaviors that signal pending aggression are intended, first and foremost, to warn away a threat.
Two Typhoon warplanes were scrambled from RAF Lossiemouth at 2pm to warn away two Tu-95 Bear H bombers off Scotland.
A major break, the most common will trigger the alarm, but it also has a Lite Touch, or Warn Away feature for a bump that might not be a break-in at all.
warn away my lime perfume warmed the voice from my lips
Songs need to be heard, not just because they sound pretty - birds use them to talk to each other, warn away rivals and attract mates.
Al-Baghdadi had committed an offence, he had been given a warn away," he told the court.
Those pushing the show--which, like the book, follows a complicated plot that does not shy away from the unsavory dastardliness of its villains--must try to warn away children who may be too young for the subject matter while avoiding the overemphasis of the tale's darker elements.
Food product makers who must provide more labeling information to warn away customers who are allergic to such ingredients as milk, eggs, wheat and peanuts may count themselves as losers--though people with those allergies may count themselves winners.
Charles' grassy median, and the driver clangs the bell to warn away cars and pedestrians.
According to various researchers of early Klan activity in Eugene, crosses were regularly burned atop Skinner Butte during the 1920s - apparently to warn away people of color arriving in town by rail.