- Pay attention to; take notice of: he should have heeded the warningsMore example sentences
- If the warning is not heeded sudden excruciating pain and eye-watering blindness may follow.
- The next morning they were released with a warning, and it's clear that at least for now, they are heeding that warning.
- And, by and large, as we have driven around today, people seem to be heeding that warning.
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- Careful attention: if he heard, he paid no heed we must take heed of the suggestionsMore example sentences
- He urged the vicar to reconsider the plans and take heed of what protesters were saying.
- Drivers are being urged to take heed of the winter weather after a spate of road accidents in the West Mainland on Tuesday morning.
- Now eight months into the changeover, he is pleased with the progress and warned motorists to take heed of the warrants.
Old English hēdan (originally intransitive); related to Dutch hoeden and German hüten.