Word of the Day – Sept. 18 – Caveat
Noun: Caveat (KAV-ee-aht)
1. A warning enjoining one from certain acts or practices.
2. An explanation to prevent misinterpretation.
3. A modifying or cautionary detail to be considered when evaluating, interpreting, or doing something.
4. A legal warning to a judicial officer to suspend a proceeding until the opposition has a hearing.
Sample sentence: Their investment advice comes with a caveat: that the stock market is impossible to predict with absolute accuracy.