Caution and Premonition

Caution

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Caution noun – Something that tells of approaching danger or risk.
Usage example: this is just a caution that the following paragraph practically gives away the entire plot of the movie

Premonition and caution are semantically related in indication topic. In some cases you can use "Premonition" instead a noun "Caution", when it comes to topics like warning.
Nearby Words: cautious, cautiously, cautioned, cautionary, cautioning
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Premonition

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Premonition noun – A feeling that something bad will happen.
Caution and premonition are semantically related in indication topic. Sometimes you can use "Caution" instead a noun "Premonition".
Nearby Word: premonitory
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