Definition of unheeding in English:

unheeding

adjective

  • Not paying attention.

    ‘Mary, unheeding, watched the television’
    • ‘Buffets of wind fluttered through the fabric of its clothing as the silhouette stood against the sky, unheeding of danger.’
    • ‘His knees flung forward, buckling under his weight, leaving him kneeling on the hard, unheeding cement.’
    • ‘The next morning, unheeding of her sleepless night, Lib's school time routine began once again.’
    • ‘Jumping on the back of an unsuspecting victim, she cut off its head, unheeding the blood spewing onto her.’
    • ‘Land and Liberty is now the longest-lived Georgist project in history, but still it struggles to gain the attention of an unheeding world.’
    • ‘Or maybe the distance is not exact, and the border is two days away, and we will ride over it unheeding because we are not expecting it so soon.’
    • ‘She has left the safety of her home to explore the unknown, unheeding of the danger she may very well face.’
    • ‘Blown like plankton by the winds and the tides, these innocent larvae could fall victim to so many unheeding forces that without his vigilance many would not reach maturity.’
    • ‘Manes of threaded fog leaped and bowed with balletic malice, embracing the adversaries, whispering promises of beautiful demise into their unheeding ears.’
    • ‘They all took deep draughts of water to slake their thirst, unheeding the fact that it might not be suitable for drinking.’
    • ‘And T.S. Eliot's river in The Dry Salvages is an image of solid, unheeding toughness.’
    • ‘Asia has always had its environmental activists, but often they have struggled without recognition against an unheeding system.’
    • ‘He grinned insolently at the unheeding boy-leader.’
    • ‘‘There's a time for everything,’ he continued Izz, unheeding.’
    • ‘As the crowd wrangles and shoves, the woman forces her unheeding way through the faces and chadors and disappears off the bottom of the screen.’
    • ‘The Institute would create a mechanism to bridge the worlds of the arts and sciences, worlds that have often acted unheeding of the other, or worse, mistrustful or hostile to one another and in competition for the intellectual center.’
    • ‘Driven once more to unreasoned panic, he tore upwards, unheeding of the dangers.’
    • ‘But it was harder than he might have thought, to remain unheeding of what both his heart and his body were telling him.’
    • ‘I put the key back into my pocket and backed out of the parking spot I was in, and sped out of the lot, unheeding but aware of the envious stares.’
    • ‘And the dream had faded, unheeding to her desperate cries for it to come back, her calls of despair.’
    reckless, rash, incautious, heedless, hasty, overhasty, precipitate, precipitous, impetuous, impulsive, daredevil, hot-headed
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Pronunciation

unheeding

/ʌnˈhiːdɪŋ/