While he was earnestly cautioning Lucifer against this Cardinal as one who could and would cheat the very Devil himself, another key turned in the lock, and Benno escaped under the table, where Anno immediately inserted his finger into his right eye.
He gave Mr. Widden a lesson on the following evening, but cautioned him sternly against imitating the display of brotherly fondness of which, in a secluded lane, he had been a wide-eyed observer.
We have nothing to do but to caution the people below properly on this head.
He was frequently cautioned, upon the peril of his skin, to see that all the negroes were off to the field in the morning. '
Having forewarned me that this was not yet the waterfall, they now pioneered the way for about a mile farther along the rocks, some of them keeping near, and continually cautioning me to look to my feet, as a single false step might precipitate me into the raging abyss of waters, the tumult of which seemed to shake even the solid rocks around us.
Surely, he had cautioned her not to recognize him, but luckily her fortitude had not been put to proof.
The first account, of it we meet with is in Chaldea; and at Rome it was known by the name of the "Babylonish calculation," against which Horace very wisely cautioned his readers.
The princess, now Duchess of Urbino, who was his particular friend, strongly cautioned him against the temptation of going away.
The natives had not made their appearance, but knowing whom we had to deal with, every precaution was taken to prevent surprise: an armed party was stationed to protect the remainder of our people who were cutting down the trees which grew immediately over the watering-place on the brink of the cliff; and the officers and men were severally cautioned against straying away from the shore party without taking the precaution of carrying arms.
He was severely cautioned and ordered to get a new calendar.
"And I have repeatedly cautioned the men about talking."
"Softly, Mademoiselle," I cautioned her. "
cautioned one mysteriously. "
"Wait, Junius, Dick is afraid of autos," cautioned Miss Lydia nervously.
Justly hast thou cautioned mankind not to impute thy conduct to rashness or enthusiasm.
Charlotte is very kindly cautioned against being "tempted by the fondness of my sisters to consider myself of too much importance", and in a parenthesis Ellen Nussey begs her not to be offended. "
The instructions of Washington were then read to him; and Lee particularly cautioned him to exercise the utmost circumspection in delivering the letters, and to take care to withhold from the two individuals addressed under feigned names, knowledge of each other.
Furthermore, Victor Sperandeo had cautioned never to give back more than half your profits--they are too hard to come by.
Probably they took no harm; but I am moved to remark, in passing, that I sometimes wondered how generally physicians who order patients to Florida for the winter caution them against imprudent exposure.
"Not too fast, Hildreth," he cautioned, dropping into the editor's den late one night. "
Father Blanco ("Flora of the Philippines," 61), states that he has more than once proved its efficacy in this respect in his own person; but he cautions against its employment internally, as it had been fatal in very many cases.
cautioned Blake quickly, "he's coming!"
His own brief record of the conversation would have been:—“The prisoner, after being duly cautioned, said he kept company with the deceased about three years ago, but quarreled with her on hearing that she was a married woman.”
The boy takes his ball and goes out to play with it, far more effectually cautioned than he could have been by any direct admonition.
Napoleon cautioned us long ago "to wash our dirty linen at home," but good patriots cannot be expected to profit by the counsels of a tyrant.
Before Chase left London, Sir John Brodney bluntly cautioned him against the dangers that lurked in Lady Deppingham's eyes.
Of course, I need not caution you to be silent about this affair, especially concerning the slaves being mortgaged to me.
He cautioned him especially against delaying his visit any longer, as the northern winter was almost upon them, and should he be locked in the wilderness by it, it would be almost impossible for him to survive its rigor; but if he should be among the tribe, he could rest in security and comfort until the opening of spring.
Lanpher cautioned, excitedly.
Down, down," he cautioned quietly.
What is more, he cautioned him affectionately against proclaiming such ideas from the house-tops.