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heed

  

      n  
1    close and careful attention; notice (often in the phrasesgive, pay, or take heed)  
      vb  
2    to pay close attention to (someone or something)  
     (Old English hedan; related to Old Saxon hodian, Old High German huoten)  
  heeder      n  
  heedful      adj  
  heedfully      adv  
  heedfulness      n  
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heed

  
1   
      n   attention, care, caution, consideration, ear, heedfulness, mind, note, notice, regard, respect, thought, watchfulness  
2   
      vb   attend, bear in mind, be guided by, consider, follow, give ear to, listen to, mark, mind, note, obey, observe, pay attention to, regard, take notice of, take to heart  
  
Antonyms     
,       n   carelessness, disregard, inattention, laxity, laxness, neglect, thoughtlessness  
      vb   be inattentive to, discount, disobey, disregard, flout, ignore, neglect, overlook, reject, shun, turn a deaf ear to  

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See also:

heeder, heeled, heedful, heated

heed v.
to pay close attention to (someone or something)

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