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unheedful

Line breaks: un|heed¦ful
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈhiːdfʊl
 
, -f(ə)l/

Definition of unheedful in English:

adjective

Not noticing or paying attention: I charged down the stairs, unheedful of the missing bannister
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  • She went to him - she couldn't help it - and, unheedful of the water around her, offered him a steadying arm.
  • In its isolation the island has been as unheedful of tourists as it has been unspoiled.
  • People unaware or unheedful of warnings have suffered serious injuries-some fatal.

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