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Synonyms for heed

to perceive by ear, usually attentively

the act of noting, observing, or taking into account

Synonyms for heed

paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)

pay close attention to

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Blessingbourne conceded without heeding it; "but that's the way we express ourselves in my part of the country.
He heard me respectfully but without much heeding these words, which I spoke a little turned from him, already on my way to the door; he was observing (this they afterwards told me) my height and figure, which seemed to catch his attention all at once.
I have been very busy," the doctor went on, without heeding the interruption; "I have had so much to look after
had himself sculptured on his knees before the Virgin, and whither he caused to be brought, without heeding the two gaps thus made in the row of royal statues, the statues of Charlemagne and of Saint Louis, two saints whom he supposed to be great in favor in heaven, as kings of France.
A separate tree, he allowed the stem to rise without heeding its elevation or majestic life.
The first strayed off into the infinite, heeding no appeals; the second was killed in the night by a fruit motor-waggon which fled before Grubb could get down; the third got itself entangled in the front wheel of a passing cyclist, who came through the plate glass, and proved to be an actor out of work and an undischarged bankrupt.
But Pierre continued his speech without heeding her.
After all, these warnings are issued in the interest of public welfare and safety and in not heeding them, we are not only endangering our lives, we are also needlessly complicating the job of the authorities.
Calling upon Joseph Campbell's uber myth, The Hero's Journey, Howitt proposes that we are all on our own journey towards work-life integration and that by heeding our call, by taking that leap of faith, we can unleash a new reality and build a positive roadmap for the future.