Word of the Day: caveat

caveat [KAY-vee-at, KAV-ee-; KAH-vee-aht]

noun

  1. a warning or caution; admonition.
  2. Law. a legal notice to a court or public officer to suspend a certain proceeding until the notifier is given a hearing: a caveat filed against the probate of a will.

Origin

Caveat comes from the Latin caveat, “let him beware,” from cavere, “to beware.”

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