A generic catch-all term referring to ceramic pieces. It is usually combined with adjectives to form compound words such as kitchenware, dinnerware, earthenware, stoneware, and ovenware. See also flameware, ovenware.
Short for “beware.” Used to warn following riders of some danger, as in, “Ware wire!” or “Ware hole!” When said, you should do so in a voice loud enough to be heard by whomever is behind you, but not at the top of your lungs. Point to the hole, wire, etc. as you speak.
Ware is a small town of around 17,000 people in Hertfordshire, close to Hertford ( The County town ). The town was once a centre of malting. It has a fourteenth-century priory, now the local council offices and a conference centre.