Etymology
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admonition (n.)

late 14c., amonicioun "reminding, instruction," from Old French amonicion "admonition, exhortation," from Latin admonitionem (nominative admonitio) "a suggestion, a reminding; an admonition," noun of action from past-participle stem of admonere "to advise, warn" (see admonish). Meaning "caution or warning about future conduct based on past failures" is early 15c. The -d- was restored in French, then (17c.) in English.

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Definitions of admonition

admonition (n.)
cautionary advice about something imminent (especially imminent danger or other unpleasantness);
a letter of admonition about the dangers of immorality
Synonyms: monition / warning / word of advice
admonition (n.)
a firm rebuke;
Synonyms: admonishment / monition
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