heedful

[ heed-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF heedful

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEEDFUL

Fearsome it was there alone in the gloom, but the lady Janet was heedful of nought.

Vanquish't by right we must be, since Victory loveth the heedful.

She held to all a winning smile; How many took her heedful wile.

Be heedful of your bearings, speak not your mind to all you meet.

Then laughed Toti, as one who would not be thought to be too heedful of the morrow.

Careless captains do but throw away what heedful men might win.

The heedful pedestrian had better not try to keep by its green banks.

Nothing of what Murdo or Nial had seen came to his ears—of that she was heedful.

To Mrs. Lee the girl was more humble and heedful than ever; to us she was abrupt.

The true artist, heedful of his "when" and "how," is master of both moods.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HEEDFUL

chary

adjectivecareful, cautious
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