heedlessly heedlessly


  • (adv) without care or concern


  1. It's important to see the threat of death as predictably unpredictable, another fine mess we heedlessly fall into.
  2. They plunged heedlessly into the Ohio River and drowned.
  3. Put it simply: The movie approximates antique reality, but it never sweeps us heedlessly into that reality.


  • McCartney takes risks, tackles challenges in 'New'

    The knock against Paul McCartney's body of work as a solo artist, particularly as contrasted with that of his former Beatle partner John Lennon, is that it is heedlessly sentimental, littered with trivialities, both verbal and melodic, that amount to so...
    on October 18, 2013     Source: The Standard-Times

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languish languish
/ˈlæŋɡ wɪʃ /