monition

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monition

1. a warning or caution; admonition
2. Christianity a formal notice from a bishop or ecclesiastical court requiring a person to refrain from committing a specific offence
References in classic literature ?
Verily, all too well do I understand the dream's portent and monition: my DOCTRINE is in danger; tares want to be called wheat!
But when a quarter to nine struck, and he saw old Thomas beginning to fidget about with the keys in his hand, he thought of the Doctor's parting monition, and stopped the cornopean at once, notwithstanding the loud-voiced remonstrances from all sides; and the crowd scattered away from the close, the eleven all going into the School-house, where supper and beds were provided for them by the Doctor's orders.
In one incident, the coalition aircraft hit a residential area in Sa'ada with banned cluster monitions, killing a child and wounding a couple.