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- adv. In a heedless manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a heedless manner; carelessly; negligently; inattentively.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without care or concern
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In a globalised world when governments badly need to win the confidence of international exchange markets, the idea of heedlessly borrowing and spending your way out of recession is as outdated as the films of George Formby and Gracie Fields.
No, after only five lines, this coal front group was back on the attack against -- not reckless mining practices -- but the Environmental Protection Agency, for "heedlessly" seeking to stop water pollution caused by mountaintop-removal mining.
At first Panayev used to write very often and assure me he would not act "heedlessly," underlining this word, but he is subdued now and keeps silent like a child who has misbehaved at mealtime.
Here were Christian armies who heedlessly slaughtered entire populations, not in spite of their religion but because of it.
Tell me, Moisheh, how many "Red Necked Americans" spewing anti-semitic filth have you encountered in your town or travels that are of sufficient number to warrant your disparaging an entire substrata of U.S. culture so heedlessly.
He pushed out into the gale and sped heedlessly down the treacherous terrain.
We fear unlikely events yet rush heedlessly into obvious risks.
You caught the swoopy joy/anguish of a parent for a small child just toddling heedlessly into the world.
They also closed with a heedlessly intimate Valentine: Boyd Tinsley of Dave Matthews Band, singing, When you look in the mirror...
We start to pay proper attention to the media in which we are bathing and the suggestions we are swallowing heedlessly.