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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEEDING

Warn her after she has drunk, and the poison holds her from heeding.

One of the quicken-berries dropped on the earth, and the Dedanns passed on not heeding.

"She has a fine generous nature," continued Cashel, not heeding the remark.

"You were right, at all events," said he, not heeding the sarcasm of my manner.

"Well, they're run their course now," said Nickie, not heeding the remark.

"We must quit this place," said the other, not heeding the question.

Gaunt and grim and weary he stood, kissing his master, and heeding no one else.

“Good-bye,” said the Dux, not heeding the hand, and walking to the door.

What if, instead of heeding us, he had been listening to what the soldier said?

Then,” said I, not heeding his flattery, “I had better go away myself.

WORD ORIGIN

"attention, notice, regard," early 14c., apparently from heed (v.). Survives only in literal use and as the object of verbs (take heed, etc.).

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