But Serry said events had reached a critical point in the West Bank and cautioned that a collapse would leave Israel accountable.
Johnson cautioned that at the neighborhood level, foreclosure rates produce “small, marginal effects on the overall turnout rate.”
But Dr. Rebecca Brightman, an ob-gyn in private practice, cautioned that such fears are overblown.
She cautioned her daughter, but Platt was deaf to the warnings.
The jury had been cautioned not to show emotion and instead sat stoically as Knox and Sollecito spoke.
"You had better put something on that scratch," cautioned Dr. Pigg.
The Duke cautioned her not to think that she could deceive him.
She has a weak heart and has always been cautioned against undue agitation.
"Look out for the stairs," cautioned the Captain, leading the way with the lamp.
Women seldom need to be urged on in the hunting-field; they require rather to be cautioned and restrained.
c.1300, "bail, guarantee, pledge," from Old French caution "security, surety" (13c.), from Latin cautionem (nominative cautio) "caution, care, foresight, precaution," noun of action from past participle stem of cavere "to be on one's guard" (see caveat). The Latin sense re-emerged in English 16c.-17c. Meaning "word of warning" is from c.1600.
"to warn," 1640s, from caution (n.). Related: Cautioned; cautioning.