Definition of heedful in English:

heedful

Line breaks: heed|ful
Pronunciation: /ˈhiːdfʊl
 
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adjective

Derivatives

heedfully

adverb
More example sentences
  • He maintains that paying attention is doing something with care, or heedfully, or with enjoyment.
  • Because of this concern that they act heedfully, universities are not designed as high-performing, innovative and adaptable organizations.
  • The nun, who had observed me heedfully, asked me, in an obliging tone, why I was so much afflicted.

heedfulness

noun
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  • There is a limit to heedfulness… and on that night this ship was at that limit.
  • These are types of future-oriented awareness that also contain a heedfulness or emotional investment.
  • They help in that process of heedfulness, so that your standards for judging your actions stay high.

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