heed heed  /ˈhid/


  1. (n) paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)
  2. (v) pay close attention to; give heed to


  1. Manufacturers appear to pay little heed to the substance's dangers.
  2. MIT was the first university to heed the edupunk call: it started posting syllabi, course notes and videotaped lectures on ocw.
  3. The powerful of the earth should take heed: deep inside that T shirt where we have tried to trap him, the eyes of Che Guevara are still burning with impatience.


  1. Absence changes approved for middle-school handbook

    Changes are coming to Clarke’s middle-school handbook, and students might want to take heed.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Osceola Sentinel-Tribune

  2. Harry Potter meets high-tech in surveillance tracking system

    Harry Potter fans, take heed.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Fox News

  3. Editorial: Heed advice from Holland Township students to breathe easier

    We will all breathe easier if parents heed the advice of Holland Township School students promoting a “No Idling/Pool to School/Ride the Bus” initiative. It started with the realization that a lot of students don’t take the bus. Over the...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Hunterdon County Democrat


  1. "I urge Texans to heed the warnings of their local leaders, and take all possible precautions to stay out of dangerous situations as this severe weather continues," Perry said.
    on Jun 28, 2007 By: Rick Perry Source: Environment News Service

  2. "I hope that in the wake of the midterm elections, the administration of President Bush will have heard and will heed the message of the American people," Ahmadinejad wrote.
    on Nov 29, 2006 By: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Source: Forbes

  3. "Sadly, the administration's refusal to heed these dire warnings - and worse, to plan for them - has led to tragic consequences for which our nation is paying a terrible price," said Senate Intelligence Chairman Jay Rockefeller, DW.Va.
    on May 25, 2007 By: Jay Rockefeller Source: Forbes

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