heedless

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adjective heed·less \ˈhēd-ləs\

Definition of heedless

  1. :  not taking heed :  inconsiderate, thoughtless heedless follies of unbridled youth — John DeBruyn

heedlessly

adverb

heedlessness

noun

Examples of heedless in a sentence

  1. They remain heedless of their own safety.

  2. the heedless use of natural resources

1565

First Known Use of heedless

1565


HEEDLESS Defined for English Language Learners

heedless

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adjective heed·less \ˈhēd-ləs\

Definition of heedless for English Language Learners

  • : not paying careful attention


HEEDLESS Defined for Kids

heedless

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adjective heed·less \ˈhēd-ləs\

Definition of heedless for Students

  1. :  not careful or attentive :  careless She ran out, heedless of the danger.

heedlessly

adverb


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