Definition of heedlessly in English:

heedlessly

adverb

  • See heedless

    • ‘So if we children, rushing home from school, spoke heedlessly to them in English, they closed their ears and their faces until we remembered the edict.’
    • ‘If time - in Europe, in Africa - is the enemy, why are we calling ‘time’ so heedlessly fast?’
    • ‘They had a reputation as badly managed, high-risk players who started the crisis by borrowing recklessly from Western banks, then lending heedlessly to local businesses.’
    • ‘Every conceivable argument has been used to avoid acknowledging the painful reality of what we have so heedlessly wrought over so short a period.’
    • ‘It's about having one's life in order to the point that reasonable planning takes place for the future, instead of running headlong and heedlessly into each day.’

Pronunciation

heedlessly

/ˈhiːdləsli/