heed : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)
    he spends without heed to the consequences
  • v  pay close attention to; give heed to

  • Manufacturers appear to pay little heed to the substance's dangers.
  • MIT was the first university to heed the edupunk call: it started posting syllabi, course notes and videotaped lectures on ocw.
  • 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.
News & Articles


  • Rick Perry in Environment News Service
    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.
  • Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Forbes
    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.
  • Jay Rockefeller in Forbes
    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.

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