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Synonyms for heedless

Synonyms for heedless

Synonyms for heedless

marked by or paying little heed or attention

characterized by careless unconcern


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This suggests strongly that heedless borrowers comprise a large part of the market.
The minister clarified that any offensive that is heedless of the city's demographic structure would set off a massive wave of would-be migrants to Turkey.
We're an excitable bunch here in Ultimate Towers, like a pair of untrained idiot puppies ready to tear off down the street as soon as the front door opens, heedless of any danger.
Youssaf Nuur, through his heedless behavior, caused Alexandra Mezher's death .
Dear reader, be sure to perform the night prayer on a daily basis, even if it is little so as not to be one of the heedless; the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam, said: "Whoever observes the night prayer even with the length of reciting ten verses he will not be recorded as heedless.
Driving through heedless pedestrians moving at variable speeds in all directions and two-way bike lane traffic and watching for oncoming and crossing traffic at the same time could defeat anyone.
Despite all of this, EPA seems poised to continue their heedless rush to raise ethanol volumes regardless of costs, market demand or vehicle compatibility, Greco said.
They said that they have requested and protested against the heedless officials who were paying no heed to their genuine requests to save them from hardship and inconvenience being experienced by them during the rains.
Also in October, Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Brigadier General Massoud Jazayeri urged Pakistan to stop terrorists' cross-border attacks from its soil, warning that the Iranian military would take action to crush such terrorist groups if Islamabad continues its present heedless attitude.
Monty discovered the danger of heedless self admiration as soon as the crocodile climbed out of the water and took a bite out of his mane.
Hence, there is no room to be heedless of such an enemy.
As the Oxford English Dictionary notes: "not properly attentive or observant; inattentive, negligent; heedless.
Despair as no amount of scolding can stem the heedless fury
In so many ways, it seems that the Holocaust is much closer to us, in memory and consciousness, now, so many decades later, than it was then when our parents carried its fresh scars and their children, who came of age in the 1960s, were all about changing the world, heedless of their anxious memories and associations.
We declare that presidential elections will be carried out on schedule with no delay, heedless of what some are saying from abroad in a bid to undermine our self-confidence and break down our political and democratic track.