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unheeded

Line breaks: un|heed¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈhiːdɪd
 
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Definition of unheeded in English:

adjective

Heard or noticed but disregarded: my protest went unheeded
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  • King Birendra's call for demilitarisation and the creation of a Himalayan peace zone was heard often enough but it went unheeded by the rest of the world.
  • Parents and staff have also collected more than 700 names on another petition after concerns raised in the last public consultation went unheeded.
  • However, the warning went unheeded by City as they were undone by Kanouté's explosive finish, and the margin of defeat should then have been greater.
Synonyms

Words that rhyme with unheeded

reeded, unimpeded, unneeded, unseeded

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