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heedful

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adjective heed·ful \ˈhēd-fəl\

Definition of heedful

  1. :  taking heed :  attentive <heedful of what they were doing>

heed·ful·ly play \-fə-lē\ adverb
heed·ful·ness noun


Examples of heedful

  1. <heedful of snakes, we watched our footing while walking through the tall grass to the lake's edge>



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