warning signal

NOUN
  1. an automatic signal (usually a sound) warning of danger
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  • Women's bodies contain so many curves, contours, knurls, crannies, convexities, involutions and promontories that their clothing provides space-age telemetry at every square inch, constantly sending back warning signals to the brain. The Westinghouse Diet It's as easy as pulling the plug
  • The best early warning signal is to be aware of your own attitude.
  • Shanghai Central Meteorological Observatory possibly will issue later today the typhoon blue color early warning signal.
  • We had warning signals going throughout the plane. Times, Sunday Times
  • They want to install a system which will flash a warning signal in the cab of the train if it passes through a red light.
  • When approached underwater they give an alarm or warning signal consisting of a series of quite rapid and quite audible grunts.
  • She ignored the warning signals.
  • Experts regarded it as a warning signal of an economic smashup.
  • However, we have noticed that there is a temporal increase in these mutations which should serve us a warning signal for prescribing the SP treatment.
  • The insect's bright colours act as warning signals to its predators.
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