Thesaurus / heed

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She took no heed of her flimsy, incongruous dress, her fatigue, her need of sleep.

The False ChevalierWilliam Douw Lighthall

The government did not heed them, but made their demands more arrogant, seeming to take the Egyptian taskmasters as their guide.

The dogs of the camp perceived them, and barked; but the Indians fortunately, took no heed of their clamor.

For a moment Drake paid no heed to it; then suddenly its significance struck upon him.

Nell, of Shorne MillsCharles Garvice

But you, take you heed; go you home again; it is not safe for you here.

Early PlaysHenrik Ibsen

He threatens to kill the young favorite; but Semiramis has resumed her ostentatious manner and music, and will not heed his words.

Stars of the OperaMabel Wagnalls

The gleam came quickly to her uncle's eye, though he appeared to take no heed.

The RhodesianGertrude Page

A clatter came from the door behind them, but Lieutenant McGuire gave no heed.

“So clever, and such a marvelous detective,” Sara went on, paying no heed.

Saboteurs on the RiverMildred A. Wirt

A few of them nodded indifferently to her, but the majority seemed not to heed her.

A Book of Bryn Mawr StoriesMarian T. MacIntosh

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