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Cavʹeat (3 syl.)

To enter a caveat. To give legal notice that the opponent is not to proceed with the suit in hand until the party giving the notice has been heard; to give a warning or admonition.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Cavalier or Chevalier de St. George
Cavalier Servant
Cavaliers
Cavall
Cave-dwellers
Cave In
Cavê ne literas Bellerophontis adferras
Cave of Achadh Aldai
Cave of Adullam (The)
Cave of Mammon
Caveat
Caveat Emptor
Cavell
Cavendish Tobacco
Caviare
Cavo-rilievo
Caxon
C. D
Cean
Ceca to Mecca (From)
Cecilia (St.)