unheeding

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adjective un·heed·ing \ˌən-ˈhē-diŋ\

Definition of unheeding

  1. :  giving no attention :  showing no awareness :  not heeding protests that have fallen on unheeding ears She had gone on in her earnestness, unheeding of his question. — Henry James —sometimes used as a participial verb with a direct object … she flew to her husband, clung round his neck, and unheeding the presence of Varney, overwhelmed him with caresses … — Sir Walter Scott

unheedingly

adverb

1770

First Known Use of unheeding

1770


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