Definition of heedfully in English:



  • See heedful

    • ‘Because of this concern that they act heedfully, universities are not designed as high-performing, innovative and adaptable organizations.’
    • ‘If he possesses the above-mentioned qualities (which are needed in a good translator), without having regard for word order, he will concentrate on the meaning and handle things so that the intention of the author is expressed, while heedfully maintaining the propriety of both languages.’
    • ‘The nun, who had observed me heedfully, asked me, in an obliging tone, why I was so much afflicted.’
    • ‘He maintains that paying attention is doing something with care, or heedfully, or with enjoyment.’