Bewaring



to be wary, cautious, or careful of (usually used imperatively):
Beware such inconsistency. Beware his waspish wit.
to be cautious or careful:
Beware of the dog.
verb
(usually used in the imperative or infinitive) often foll by of. to be cautious or wary (of); be on one’s guard (against)
v.

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