V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: to listen and pay attention to something, especially to advice or a warning

Synonyms: mind, attend, listen to, notice, consider, mark

Antonyms: ignore, disregard

Tips: Heed is a more sophisticated way of saying, "listen to." When heed is a noun, it means" attention, consideration, or notice" and is a strong word.

Usage Examples:

If you do not heed my advice, you will regret it later. (consider, listen to)

The young rebels never heeded authority. (minded, listened to)

Many young Americans heed their call to duty by enlisting in the armed forces. (mind, attend)

She often blows thousands of dollars on shopping sprees, without heed to the consequences. (consideration) noun

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