Examples of heedless in a Sentence
They remain heedless of their own safety.
the heedless use of natural resources
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Travel can be fraught with questions about appreciation versus appropriation — heedless tourists can treat cultures as instruments for their own enrichment, and risk trampling them in the process.
The standout amateurs are Brooklynn Prince as Moonee, a vibrantly endearing 6-year-old; Bria Vinaite as Moonee’s heedless, hapless mother, Halley; and Valeria Cotto as Moonee’s friend Jancey.
Melania faltering over her words reminds us of a president who seems unaware (or worse, heedless) of the import or ramifications of his language.
Today, Science Fiction and Fact could be the motto for South Korea, a place where the future rushes into the present completely heedless of the past.
But this film also demonstrates what a miscarriage of justice feels like from the inside, becoming a powerful indictment of how much damage a heedless and uncaring system can do to an impotent individual caught in its grinding wheels.
But, in the event that state or federal investigators do examine the legality of Icahn’s role in the early days of the Trump Administration, this heedless revisionism is unlikely to withstand scrutiny.
These include heedless deregulation and, most recently, a mania to erase the achievements of the Obama administration from the statute books and, by all indications, from the mind of humankind.
Bannon is astute enough to discern Trump’s desires and heedless enough to carry it out.
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