give much heed

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  • There was no need to give much heed to his unknown companion. Cited from The Submarine Boys and the Middies, by Victor G. Durham
  • He was too much absorbed by his picture, however, to give much heed to anything. Cited from One Woman's Life, by Robert Herrick
  • In fact, he was too busy to give much heed to it. Cited from TCB On The Plains, by Edgar B.P. Darlington
  • But I did not give much heed to them. Cited from That Affair Next Door, by Anna Katharine Green
  • I was often too busy studying the boy to give much heed to his reading, but when he spoke it was a different matter. Cited from The House of the Misty Star, by Fannie Caldwell Macaulay
  • Did the world give much heed to or believe in evolution before Mr. Darwin's time? Cited from Luck or Cunning?, Samuel Butler
  • Con did not give much heed to these incidents; but one scene in his journey impressed him strongly. Cited from Strangers at Lisconnel, by Barlow Jane
  • He was too preoccupied with his own forebodings to give much heed to hers. Cited from Temporal Power, by Marie Corelli
  • There was a ring of sarcasm in his voice, as in his words, but I did not give much heed to it. Cited from The Uninhabited House, by Mrs. J. H. Riddell
  • And I think it likely to happen that your relations and friends will give much heed to what you speak to them when you return to Iceland. Cited from Laxd‘la Saga, by Anonymous
  • I let him trot to warm his limbs, while for my own part I had too much to think of to give much heed to the cold. Cited from The Exploits Of Brigadier Gerard, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Sprague did not give much heed to her companion's speculations. Cited from The Iron Game, by Henry Francis Keenan
  • Their conversation had been in a low tone as she sat beside him, the patients near either sleeping or too preoccupied by their own sufferings to give much heed. Cited from His Sombre Rivals, by E. P. Roe
  • Mrs. Middleton was too much engrossed in her painful thoughts to give much heed to what Fanny said. Cited from Tempest and Sunshine, by Mary J. Holmes
  • Jack did not give much heed to the menacing signs of civil war that came day by day from the tempestuous spirits North and South. Cited from The Iron Game, by Henry Francis Keenan
  • Each was too much taken up with the pressing urgency of his or her own sorrows to give much heed to the woes of strangers. Cited from The Young Trawler, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • Ernst heard these remarks, though he did not give much heed to them at the time, but still it left the impression on his mind that his kind patron was in danger. Cited from The Golden Grasshopper, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • Grandmother and the girls were too busy getting ready for the distinguished guests, who were to have supper with us, to give much heed to my story of the bees. Cited from A Busy Year at the Old Squire's, by Charles Asbury Stephens
  • But as the party approached the neighbourhood of Zomba mountains, few of them were disposed to give much heed to the beauties of nature. Cited from Black Ivory, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • Sometimes example is more powerful than precept, and if I am not careful to live an honest life before my pupils, they will not give much heed to what I say on such subjects. Cited from Stories Worth Rereading, by Various
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