They warn authorities to gird themselves for the possibility that many more men could surface.
I called the midwives at the hospital to warn them we might be on the way.
In the United States, people used to warn against taking wooden nickels.
I warn the government and those that can should also inform it.
He has taken to Twitter in recent days to warn the Internet of the storm.
I wish to warn all nations of the judgments of God which are at their doors.
What is to be said about neglecting to warn or assist others?
Continue to visit them, and, I warn you, you'll have to take the consequences.'
And Molly Abrahamson used to warn him to keep out of her father's way.
"If I had, I should not warn you," said the marquis, smiling bitterly.
Old English warnian "to give notice of impending danger," also intransitive, "to take heed," from West Germanic *warnojanan (cf. Old Norse varna "to admonish," Old High German warnon "to take heed," German warnen "to warn"); related to Old English wær "aware, cautious" (see wary). Related: Warned; warning.