Jed Graham cautions against unnecessarily swift recession at Investor's Business Daily.
But he also cautions, “If you want to eliminate all the risks, you have to cancel the day.”
But Kleiman cautions that we should be careful about saying even that much.
Alan Jacobs cautions against expecting literature alone to guide moral judgements.
History also cautions against many traditional American forms of intervention.
He even offered help, and repeated his cautions to his guests not to stray beyond call.
For Icarus, these cautions went in at one ear and out by the other.
I cannot but renew my cautions on your master's kindness, and his free expression to you about the stockings.
cautions were given to friends of the soldiers not to go on the streets at night.
There are certain periods of time, which being once past, make all cautions ineffectual, and all remedies desperate.
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.