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Correct spelling:
To warn; to reprove; to advise.
caution (verb)
forewarn, enjoin, alert, advise, warn, caution, exhort.
disapprove (verb)
reproach, censure, castigate, denounce, chide, scorn, denigrate, deride, discredit, vilify, renounce, chasten, disparage, defile, chastise, disapprove, blame, defame, criticize, upbraid, deprecate, condemn.
dissuade (verb)
intimidate, prevent, deflect, bar, disincline, dishearten, inhibit, check, daunt, deter, chill, depress, divert, avert, dampen, ban, restrain, dissuade, discourage, derail.
threaten (verb)
threaten, forewarn, harass, torment, bulldoze, warn, intimidate, forebode, scare, hint, frighten, bully, browbeat.
advise (verb)
notify, instruct, encourage, caution, brief, cue, prompt, recommend, consult, guide, warn, advise, confer, advocate, suggest, direct, counsel, inform.
Other synonyms:
enjoin someone to do something, study at, remonstrate with, warn, remonstrate, discourage, praise, scold, reprove, expostulate with, adjure, alarm, tax, lambaste, rebuke, rap, urge, reprehend, give someone a steer, put down, dress down, monish, would, reprimand, attack, find fault with, chew out, preach, bawl out, tick off, call down, caution, take to task.
Examples of usage:
  1. " Well, Ned," said Augustus, throwing himself into a chair, which he drew to the fire, while he gently patted the huge limbs of Pepper, as if to admonish him that they were not so transparent as glass, " let look at the fire; and, by the by, it is your turn to see to the horses." Mr. us - "Paul Clifford, Volume 6.", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
  2. By these he doth admonish all the honourable, valiant, learned, and wise men of this nation; and as it were write our sin, in the character of our punishment; and in the low condition of these instruments of his anger and displeasure, the rod of his wrath, he would abate and punish our great pride." - "Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3)", Isaac Disraeli.
  3. I admonish my friends, by these presents, lest they refuse what I command, that they devour my carcass with as great relish as they damned my soul! - "The Satyricon, Complete", Petronius Arbiter.

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