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heedless

adjective heed·less \-ləs\

: not paying careful attention

Full Definition of HEEDLESS

:  not taking heed :  inconsiderate, thoughtless <heedless follies of unbridled youth — John DeBruyn>
heed·less·ly adverb
heed·less·ness noun

Examples of HEEDLESS

  1. They remain heedless of their own safety.
  2. the heedless use of natural resources

First Known Use of HEEDLESS

1565

Rhymes with HEEDLESS

HEEDLESSNESS Defined for Kids

heedless

adjective heed·less \ˈhēd-ləs\

Definition of HEEDLESS for Kids

:  not careful or attentive :  careless <She ran out, heedless of the danger.>
heed·less·ly adverb

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