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Definition of "heeding" []

  • Close and careful attention; notice (often in the phrases give, pay, or take heed) (noun)
  • To pay close attention to (someone or something) (verb)
  • Present participle of heed. (verb)

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Use "heeding" in a sentence
  • "S — and her husband mind what you say, in the Scotch sense of hearing; whether they do in the English sense of heeding is another matter."
  • "Infrequently, a typical immature child may report eccentric incidents — such as heeding tones — that would be considered anomalous at an anon age."
  • "Thousands of Iranians gathered in several locations across the city, heeding calls in recent days by opposition leaders to demonstrate in solidarity with Egyptian and Tunisian protesters who recently toppled their own regimes."