heedless

[ heed-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF heedless

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEEDLESS

The two men bent to the task, heedless of Mary's frantic protest.

She was heedless of the familiar scene, the figures grouped about her.

They staggered and trembled in every shaking limb, heedless now of the Earthmen.

Imogen was not heedless and indiscreet; she would not have sacrificed the dignity of innocence.

One moment of heedless inconsideration may plunge thee in years of calamity.

Heedless of harm, though his hand was burned, hardy-hearted, he helped his kinsman.

She was heedless of everything but the subject which evidently obsessed her.

They stopped for nothing; on, on they went, heedless of what lay in their way.

But we would be blind and heedless if we made no provision for the future.

Annabel put down the glass and, heedless of her father's calls, sat thinking.

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