mindful

[mahynd-fuhl]
adjective
attentive, aware, or careful (usually followed by of ): mindful of one's responsibilities.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English mindeful. See mind, -ful

mindfully, adverb
mindfulness, noun


heedful, thoughtful, regardful.
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mindful (ˈmaɪndfʊl)
 
adj (usually postpositive and foll by of)
keeping aware; heedful: mindful of your duties
 
'mindfully
 
adv
 
'mindfulness
 
n

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mindful
mid-14c., from mind + -ful. Related: Mindfulness.
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Example sentences
We must be mindful of the possibility of damage to the natural balance of the
  ecosystem.
In the dispute over busing, moreover, the white majority mindful of its own
  interests has proved to be both national and powerful.
Understanding these models means being mindful of their limitations.
They are mindful that they can do nothing to stop a military blockade.
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