Examples of heedless in a Sentence
They remain heedless of their own safety.
the heedless use of natural resources
Recent Examples of heedless from the Web
Cena’s work in Blockers, however, suggests a level of comic timing and heedless abandon that can be found in the work of his fellow ex-wrestling star, Dwayne Johnson.
An iPad and a Bluetooth headset underscore the show’s connection to the heedless spending of our own wealthy, and the plastic tarp of Timon’s later poverty evokes our own homeless.
For one thing, heedless motorists are the number-one impediment to the unfettered enjoyment of our favorite activity.
The sunburned man, however, seemed terrified, while the man with the airy smile went on smiling, heedless of danger.
This Trump crisis, as is the case with so many others, is largely self-inflicted, and involves the usual heedless scramble of denials.
Back then, a heedless industry-wide race to win market share and raise returns was about to end in disaster.
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.
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HEEDLESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of heedless for English Language Learners
: not paying careful attention
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