heedful : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a taking heed; giving close and thoughtful attention
heedful of the warnings
so heedful a writer
heedful of what they were doing
- s cautiously attentive
heedful of his father's advice
- s giving attention
- Editors are always mindful of it; advertising departments are sometimes less heedful.
- Ever heedful of reluctant conservatives like agriculture boss Yegor Ligachev, who believe the collectives could be resuscitated with an infusion of government funds, Gorbachev .
- On the way back it rains, and, perhaps a bit too cautiously heedful of the fact that the car has bald tires, they take lodging (separate rooms, of course) at a motel.