heed[ heed ]SEE DEFINITION OF heed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEED
Voices sounded in the hall, but he gave no heed to the meaning of all this.
Burke, however, as usual, paid no heed to the niceties of sentiment.
To be successful a man need take no heed for his own particular future.
John did not pay any heed to his mother's scowls and remonstrances.
He did not heed her warning, but drew her into the shadow and held her tightly to him.
What right had he to expect her to pay any heed to him at all?
For the most part no heed whatever is paid to possible German listeners.
The door opened; but he seemed to take no heed, so diligently did he count his figures.
But he did not heed it, and the pout vanished, and tears rushed to her eyes.
The voice of that truth is within thee; heed thou its whisper.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR HEED
- bringing to bear
- close attention