heedless

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  • He had learned to do that when he was quite young and heedless. Cited from The Adventures of Paddy Beaver, by Thornton W. Burgess
  • For a great girl, going on ten years of age, you are too heedless. Cited from Apples, Ripe and Rosy, Sir, by Mary Catherine Crowley
  • We entered on the side, the mass giving away in every direction in their heedless course. Cited from Christopher Carson, by John S. C. Abbott
  • We entered on the side, the mass giving way in every direction in their heedless course. Cited from The Life and Adventures of Kit Carson, by De Witt C. Peters
  • None of the four girls could have been so heedless as that! Cited from Two Little Women on a Holiday,by Carolyn Wells
  • We had been girl and boy together a brief half hour, heedless and gay. Cited from Lazarre, by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • They stopped for nothing; on, on they went, heedless of what lay in their way. Cited from The Downfall, by Emile Zola
  • I told her to come up too; but she is heedless. Cited from Hills of the Shatemuc, by Susan Warner
  • Will you break everything in the house, you heedless fellow? Cited from Mrs Whittelsey's Magazine for Mothers and Daughters, Vol. 3, by Various
  • Not a door among them all opened and held out a winning signal to arrest his heedless feet. Cited from Ester Ried Yet Speaking, by Isabella Alden
  • It matters not that we have been so heedless as to miss most of what God has done. Cited from Our Lady Saint Mary, by J. G. H. Barry
  • He lost his self control and kissed her, heedless of the open doors. Cited from Cytherea, by Joseph Hergesheimer
  • More and more his spirit withdrew from these two heedless children. Cited from His Family, by Ernest Poole
  • Here he remained for some days in heedless security, awaiting the orders of his father. Cited from The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume VI., by Various
  • He felt that he had been very heedless, for he did not even know the name of the street he was on. Cited from Mona, by Mrs. Georgie Sheldon
  • Heedless of those that fell, the gap closed up, the march went on. Cited from The Trail of '98, by Robert W. Service
  • He sat on, heedless of her presence, pale with the joy of his vision. Cited from The Light Princess and Other Fairy Stories, by George MacDonald
  • "Do you ever dance in this part of the country?" she asked, heedless of his surprise. Cited from Malcolm, by George MacDonald
  • Most of the time we regard things in a heedless fashion. Cited from Romance of the Rabbit, by Francis Jammes [Ed.: Gladys Edgerton]
  • Such things may be, but if any heedless creature once enters in, it never comes out. Cited from Library of the World's Best Mystery and Detective Stories, by Hawthorne
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Meaning of heedless

  • adjective Marked by or paying little heed or attention; we know now that it is bad economics"--franklin d. roosevelt
    We have always known that heedless self-interest was bad morals, heedless of danger, heedless of the child's crying