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unheeding

Line breaks: un|heed¦ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈhiːdɪŋ
 
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Definition of unheeding in English:

adjective

Not paying attention: Mary, unheeding, watched the television
More example sentences
  • Land and Liberty is now the longest-lived Georgist project in history, but still it struggles to gain the attention of an unheeding world.
  • ‘There's a time for everything,’ he continued Izz, unheeding.
  • And T.S. Eliot's river in The Dry Salvages is an image of solid, unheeding toughness.

Derivatives

unheedingly

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adverb
Example sentences
  • She was very young and she was pregnant; when she climbed up the mountain, the full basket on her head, her naked skin glowed with sweat and her bare feet trod unheedingly on stones and thorns.
  • All of the other girls were sleeping peacefully, quietly, unheedingly.
  • He blinked, and I placed his hands on the small of my back again, dropping the square of linen unheedingly.

Words that rhyme with unheeding

exceeding, leading, misleading, pleading, reeding, self-feeding, sheading

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