Definition of heedless in English:

heedless

Syllabification: heed·less
Pronunciation: /ˈhēdlis
 
/

adjective

Derivatives

heedlessly

adverb
More example sentences
  • It's about having one's life in order to the point that reasonable planning takes place for the future, instead of running headlong and heedlessly into each day.
  • Every conceivable argument has been used to avoid acknowledging the painful reality of what we have so heedlessly wrought over so short a period.
  • So if we children, rushing home from school, spoke heedlessly to them in English, they closed their ears and their faces until we remembered the edict.

heedlessness

noun
More example sentences
  • Though lacking beauty in any strict sense of the word, her energy and heedlessness - a sort of helplessness born of irresponsibility - drew people to her.
  • But there's a heedlessness to the city's sense of its own fabled history.
  • He has the loose-jointed movements of an athlete, and a brisk heedlessness as he crushes raw sugar into a splash of coffee.

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