forewarn (someone) of (something)

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forewarn (someone) of (something)

To inform someone of something in advance. Thanks for forewarning me of the boss's foul mood today—I made sure to steer clear of him.
See also: forewarn, of
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The first forewarning of this catastrophe had reached her, on hearing that Mirabel would not return to Monksmoor.
My one last hope, that I had only felt an ordinary forewarning of danger in the presence of an ordinary enemy, was a hope destroyed for ever.
businesses in the GCC but a stark forewarning of how the shock of Brexit would hit a fragile recovery in
discrete-asset form, the bundle-of-rights form with forewarning of
Shuleykin suggests detection of these waves could serve as forewarning of approaching storms.
Let's hope the sad demise of Reddingtons in the city centre is not a forewarning of things to come.
Beyond its epileptic warning capabilities, other applications of the device would be in forewarning of ventricular fibrillation events, detection of inhaled-endotoxin-induced septic shock, a condition change due to increased breathing difficulty, and a forewarning of fainting.
Isn't it amazing what a few hours' snowfall overnight can do?Anyone would think there had been no forewarning of Wednesday night's rude return to winter.
LOW levels of an immune system protein in the early stages of pregnancy could provide a forewarning of miscarriage, scientists will reveal today.
But for the rest of us dreaming about having an operation can be forewarning of a drastic lifestyle change.
on the women's movement in Bangladesh." Her claim that women are the focus if not the target of all three brands of Islam being propagated is a strong, disturbing forewarning of possible effects of radical religious movements in the United States.
It was of interest to examine whether or not the forewarning of the memory task would serve to reduce this tendency.