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heeded

adjective as in heard

adjective as in perceived

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The veteran officer believes Garner might have survived had anybody heeded his pleas.

Judging by the frustration of U.S. officials attempting to track ISIS, the militants appear to have heeded that call.

A day earlier Cameron had written that the lessons of the Second World War should be heeded.

Now the question is whether or not that warning will be heeded.

He also reminded them that the Cruz crazies heeded only themselves.

He had "chains on," and came "shaking his chains" at the Greek scholar, who heeded him not, but went on with his studies.

The putrid flesh came away with the garments, but the drunkards never heeded.

She saw the old life closing in on her, and hardly heeded his fanciful picture of renewal.

He never heeded it, but others in the room turned at the sound, and a hush fell in the chamber.

From the benches came countless curses and jeers—Frankish and Arabic; he heeded none.

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On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to heeded, such as: caught, noted, understood, witnessed, listened to, and made clear.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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