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  • adj. Showing disregard

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not heeding; careless; negligent; heedless.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. marked by or paying little heed or attention


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un- +‎ heeding


  • They are clad in ancient grandeur, but the world, unheeding, sleeps.

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  • A thousand dogs, in pitiful chorus, wailed their ancient wrongs and claimed mercy from the unheeding stars.

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  • The boy, dazed and unheeding, passed out with the jailer.


  • If one man could be so monstrously treated and society move on its way unheeding, might not many men be so monstrously treated?

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  • He stood there dazed and unheeding, his bonny brown hair rumpled down his forehead, his face haggard and careworn and boyish still.


  • Fascinated by the five-inch stream, sluiced out of the earth and back to the earth by the droning motor, he forgot his discourse and stood and gazed, rapt and unheeding, while his visitors drove on.


  • A few paces farther on the dogs were again put against the steep, and with whine and shout and clatter the unheeding clay was hauled on and upward to its ice-hewn hillside chamber.

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  • He went all unheeding of Jerry, who padded softly at his heels until the companionway was reached.


  • One of them turned up an unheeding, terrified face.

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  • The wives become screaming harridans or, broken-spirited and doglike, lose what little decency and self-respect they have remaining over from their maiden days, and all sink together, unheeding, in their degradation and dirt.



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