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Mrs. Wemmick, more heedful of the future, put her white gloves in her pocket and assumed her green.
GREAT EXPECTATIONSCHARLES DICKENS
And in good sooth I thank thee for thy heedful care of me, and wish I were better worth it.
Of these she had already shown herself sufficiently heedful and solicitous.
THE LILY AND THE TOTEMWILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
When ye settled up accounts with thet outfit, ye kain't skeercely be too heedful.
A PAGAN OF THE HILLSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
It is because these poets have been more heedful than we to the never-ending shadow.
THE TREASURE OF THE HUMBLEMAURICE MAETERLINCK
"Milk and sugar, thank you," said Ravenslee, heedful of her deepened colour.
THE DEFINITE OBJECTJEFFERY FARNOL
The writer's remarks upon the tendency of modern literature, and of the taste for which it caters, are worthy of heedful note.
Now let thine eyes wait heedful on my words, And note thou of this just and pious realm The chiefest nobles.
It was simply providential that the instincts of the horse were more heedful than the eyes of the horseman.
GUY RIVERS: A TALE OF GEORGIAWILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
Probably he was the less heedful, inasmuch as he was not very carefully paid.

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