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HEED, verb transitive To mind; to regard with care; to take notice of; to attend to; to observe.
With pleasure Argus the musician heeds.
HEED, noun Care; attention.
With wanton heed and giddy cunning.
1. Caution; care; watch for danger; notice; circumspection; usually preceded by take.
Take heed of evil company. Take heed to your ways.
Amasa took no heed to the sword that was in Joab's hand. 2 Samuel 20:10.
2. Notice; observation; regard; attention; often preceded by give.
The preacher gave good heed Ecclesiastes 12:9.
Neither give heed to fables. 1 Timothy 1:4.
Therefore we ought to give the more earnest heed Hebrews 2:1.
3. Seriousness; a steady look.
Was in his countenance. [Unusual.]
HEE'DED, participle passive Noticed; observed; regarded.
HEE'DFUL, adjective Attentive; observing; giving heed; as heedful of advice.
1. Watchful; cautious; circumspect; wary.
HEE'DFULLY, adverb Attentively; carefully; cautiously. Listen heedfully to good advice.
HEE'DFULNESS, noun Attention; caution; vigilance; circumspection; care to guard against danger, or to perform duty.
HEE'DLESS, adjective Inattentive; careless; negligent of the means of safety; thoughtless; regardless; unobserving. We say, heedless children; heedless of danger or surprise.
The heedless lover does not know,
Whose eyes they are that wound him so.
HEE'DLESSLY, adverb Carelessly; negligently; inattentively; without care or circumspection.
HEE'DLESSNESS, noun Inattention; carelessness; thoughtlessness; negligence.