late 14c., amonicioun "reminding, instruction," from Old French amonicion "admonition, exhortation," from Latin admonitionem (nominative admonitio), noun of action from past participle stem of admonere (see admonish). Meaning "warning" is early 15c. The -d- was restored in English 17c.
1. With this parting admonition, he left Clyde to his thoughts.
2. The youth rejected admonition and held to his demand.
3. The typist received an admonition from the supervisor for being careless.
4. Isabel listened with extreme respect to this admonition.
5. Eisenhower's parting admonition in 1956 was " Give'em heaven. "