‘Warn’ or ‘worn’?

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  • to make someone aware of a possible danger or problem
  • to give cautionary advice to someone about about their actions or conduct.

Worn:

  • the past participle of wear
  • showing signs of use or wear; damaged as a result of long use
  • looking tired and/or ill.
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