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careless; thoughtless; unmindful:
Heedless of the danger, he returned to the burning building to save his dog.
oblivious, indifferent; negligent, uncaring, unconcerned.
cautious, mindful, heedful.
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They, too, can put our lives at risk by being
To others, though, his story was the cautionary tale of a
Daring physical feats and
accidents shape her choreography.
By contrast, fantasy writers are free to roam, fueled by imagination and
of the stringent requirements of history.
At the height of the subprime folly, there was not enough outside regulation or inner compunction to restrain
What one desperately wants to understand are the motivations that prompt such
, and the failing cities will wreck everything else.
While there should be no surrender of principle, our task must be undertaken wisely and without
The immense resources of the country are wasted, and its splendid capabilities neglected with
They and their
friends show her the disenchanted kingdom of adulthood.
British Dictionary definitions for
taking little or no notice; careless or thoughtless
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We forget cruelty and past betrayal, Heedless of where the next bright bolt may fall.
Not all that tempts your wand'ring eyes And heedless hearts, is lawful prize; Nor all that glisters,...
—Nature whose heedless might, Casts, like some shipwrecked sailor, the poor babe, Naked and bleating...