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She followed him heedfully, knowing that with Ephraim the steps in an argument were important.

There she took the cup from the man's hand, and held it while he filled it heedfully.

On the contrary part, she heard me very kindly and heedfully, laying down her work to give better ear.

He implored the jury, as they valued their oaths, to scrutinise this part of the case most heedfully.

Somerset heedfully remarked that he thought he recognized that name Power, as one he had seen lately, somewhere or other.

For he annulled unrighteous laws, and most heedfully executed whatsoever made for the amendment of his country's condition.

"I will do so, and heedfully," said the Sire de Graville; and embracing his friend he renewed his journey.

All this and more did the Carline hear tell of, and she weighed it heedfully, and thought that a change of days was coming.

When Hal turned back, Miss Fosbrook was as heedfully and warily picking up gold and silver as any of the rest of them.

Suspect yourselves most heedfully of the most common and most dangerous sins.

WORD ORIGIN

1540s, from heed + -ful.

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