Which preposition to use with warn

of Occurrences 102%

Then you tapped your flattened palm rapidly against your mouth and released an intermittent uproar in order that the valley might he warned of the deviltry to come.

to Occurrences 67%

Presently before them the ground sloped sharply down, and while Beltane shouted warning to those behind, his voice was drowned in sudden trumpet-blast, and glancing to his left, he beheld at last all those knights and men-at-arms who had ridden with his father in their reserve all daya glittering column, rank on rank, at whose head, his sable armour agleam, his great, white charger leaping 'neath the spur, Duke Beltane rode.

against Occurrences 61%

The doctor, with a word of warning against agitating the sufferer, wisely retired from the solemn reconciliation which, without knowing the circumstances, he knew was to take place between father and child.

in Occurrences 51%

Both died almost without warning in dreary hopelessness, without the ministrations of either love or religion.

from Occurrences 18%

At a somewhat different angle of the same opinion, Dr. Crothers suggests in an essay that instead of being directed to the best books, we need to be warned from the worst.

by Occurrences 13%

I take warning by her.

for Occurrences 10%

Poor Susan moans, poor Susan groans; "As sure as there's a moon in heaven," Cries Betty, "he'll be back again; They'll both be here'tis almost ten 145 Both will be here before eleven." Poor Susan moans, poor Susan groans; The clock gives warning for eleven; 'Tis on the stroke"He must be near," Quoth Betty, "and will soon be here, 150 As sure as there's a moon in heaven.

about Occurrences 7%

The governor of the island had been warned about the coming of the Americans, and advised "to keep an eye on them;" but he gave them a warm welcome, and expressed a hope that they would settle in the place and work among the natives and the soldiers.

on Occurrences 7%

At first but little notice was taken of it, but by the marks on the dead man's linen it was discovered that he was Polovstoff, one of the highest Russian officials who had, it was said, been warned on several occasions by the Nihilists.

off Occurrences 7%

At the regatta he had been warned off the course, to his great pride and joy.

at Occurrences 5%

But when he lost his swamper, smitten without warning at the noon halt, Salty quit his job; he said it was "too durn hot."

ye Occurrences 4%

Then the bailiff looked from one to the other, not knowing what to make of it all, nor whether 'twas comedy or serious, and said 'Kind sir, I warn ye not to trifle; I have no time to waste in April fooling, and he who makes offers in sport will have to stand to them in earnest.'

as Occurrences 3%

Now, however, there is ample evidence to prove that the entire nation was thoroughly well informed of the course which events were taking, and also warned as to the catastrophe to which the national course was certainly leading.

with Occurrences 3%

The cuckoo, moreover, gives warning with sorrowful note, Summer's harbinger sings, and forebodes to the heart bitter sorrow.

into Occurrences 3%

The vividness with which he managed to conceal and yet betray the fact brought a profound distress that crossed the border between presentiment and warning into positive alarm.

through Occurrences 1%

Before, however, this event occurred, the war in Kansas rang a prophetic peal of warning through the land; and the struggle there begun between New England emigrants bent on founding a free state, and Missouri border ruffians determined to make the new territory a slaveholding addition to the South, might have roused the whole North and West to the imminence of the peril, by which the safety of the Union was threatened.

like Occurrences 1%

True, there are innumerable places where the careless step will be the last step; and a rock falling from the cliffs may crush without warning like lightning from the sky; but what then!

after Occurrences 1%

It is indeed no disaster, but a matter for sincere congratulation that the British prosperous and the British successful, to whom warning after warning has rained in vain from the days of Ruskin, Carlyle, Matthew Arnold, should be called to account at last in their own household.

out Occurrences 1%

A vast mass of matter it was, bulky, heavy, rushing without warning out of the black mystery of the sky into the radiance of the sun.

round Occurrences 1%

The dresses warn were usually two cloak-shaped garments, one warn round the shoulders, the other round the loins, and were made of a substance like hemp, some being very fine.

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