heedful

[heed-fuhl]
adjective
taking heed; attentive; mindful; thoughtful; careful: She was always heedful of others' needs.

Origin:
1540–50; heed + -ful

heedfully, adverb
heedfulness, noun
unheedful, adjective
unheedfully, adverb
unheedfulness, noun
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heed (hiːd)
 
n
1.  close and careful attention; notice (often in the phrases give, pay,ortake heed)
 
vb
2.  to pay close attention to (someone or something)
 
[Old English hēdan; related to Old Saxon hōdian, Old High German huoten]
 
'heeder
 
n
 
'heedful
 
adj
 
'heedfully
 
adv
 
'heedfulness
 
n

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From one vantage he seemed free of conventions, and from another, heedful of two or three sets of them.
Collective mind is conceptualized as a pattern of heedful interrelations of actions in a social system.
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