unheeded

adjective
un·​heed·​ed | \ ˌən-ˈhē-dəd How to pronounce unheeded (audio) \

Definition of unheeded

: not attended or listened to : not heeded unheeded warnings

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Calls for the White House to release intelligence reports have gone unheeded, along with a deadline to reply to Congress as required under the U.S. Global Magnitsky Act. 2. Wired Staff, WIRED, "One Free Press Coalition Spotlights Journalists Under Attack," 1 Aug. 2019 Calls for the White House to release intelligence reports have gone unheeded, along with a deadline to reply to Congress as required under the U.S. Global Magnitsky Act. 2. Wired Staff, WIRED, "One Free Press Coalition Spotlights Journalists Under Attack," 1 Aug. 2019 Don't let all those years of technological advancements and the lessons of countless deadly storms go unheeded. Aj Willingham, CNN, "Dorian's timing coincides with another Labor Day storm - the strongest landfalling Atlantic hurricane ever," 28 Aug. 2019 For over 60 years, residents have lived under the deafening roar of private jets and Cessna planes, but their calls for help went unheeded. Bay Area News Group, The Mercury News, "Letter: Time for a truly beneficial reuse of the Reid-Hillview," 6 Aug. 2019 These warnings have been left unheeded by Trump, who promised to promote coal throughout his presidential campaign and has unwound environmental policies to that end as president. Justin Worland, Time, "The Trump Administration Protested When Kenya Halted a Coal-Fired Power Plant," 2 July 2019 Calls for the White House to release intelligence reports have gone unheeded, along with a deadline to reply to Congress as required under the U.S. Global Magnitsky Act. 2. Wired Staff, WIRED, "One Free Press Coalition Spotlights Journalists Under Attack," 1 Aug. 2019 Calls for the White House to release intelligence reports have gone unheeded, along with a deadline to reply to Congress as required under the U.S. Global Magnitsky Act. 2. Lydia Belanger, Fortune, "The 10 Most Urgent Press Freedom Cases Around the World," 1 Aug. 2019 Calls for the addition of a fifth Convention to protect the environment have gone unheeded. Sigal Samuel, Vox, "Scientists want to make it a war crime to damage the environment in a conflict," 26 July 2019

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First Known Use of unheeded

1611, in the meaning defined above

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unheeded

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unheeded

: heard or noticed but then ignored or not followed

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