Cautioned [verb]

Definition of Cautioned:

warn, advise

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Sentence/Example of Cautioned:

Whether operators will heed this advice or proceed without caution remains to be seen.

Your extra caution this year will help ensure that next year can be a lot closer to normal.

I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s some lapsing in the degree of caution that’s part of the problem in our caseloads rising.

Ristenpart and Aithinne both say they would fly right now if it was absolutely necessary, while wearing masks and observing all possible cautions.

I think it is heavily weighted to punish big, decisive, impactful moves and reward caution.

Some places have tailored best practice guides, like Yellowstone’s “pledge”, which instructs users to give wildlife room, stay on designated paths, and practice caution around water bodies.

McDonald, the political scientist, said the likely Democratic lean of the early vote is undeniable — but he also urged caution until more numbers come in from other states.

So far, JPMorgan is proceeding with extreme caution—and still making plenty of money.

You should also take caution to not mix tools when using competitive benchmarking.

As a result, researchers are proceeding with caution when it comes to controversial applications of CRISPR technologies.