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admonition (s) (noun), admonitions (pl)
1. Mild, kind, yet earnest reproof, rebuke, or criticism: The writer of the drama presented an admonition to the producer regarding the lighting that was being considered for the upcoming production.
2. Cautionary advice or warning: At the bottom of the page of instructions, there was the admonition to always unplug the machine before installing a new piece of equipment.
3. A piece of advice that is also a warning to someone about his or her behavior: Mike's mother issued an admonition that he should wash his hands before coming to eat.
A mild warning; a gentle counseling against a fault or an oversight.
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A gentle or friendly criticism or the advice to correct a mistake or a minor oversight. (1)