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Example sentences from the Web for heeded
Judging by the frustration of U.S. officials attempting to track ISIS, the militants appear to have heeded that call.
A day earlier Cameron had written that the lessons of the Second World War should be heeded.Tony Blair Tells Europe to Quit Begging the U.S. for Help|Nico Hines|July 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Now the question is whether or not that warning will be heeded.
Barack Obama, I was relieved to see, heeded my words from yesterday.
God says that the people knew that they would not be heeded.
These were small troubles, however, not to be heeded by a fugitive flying from such a cruel fate as Ohrante had in mind for him.The Secret Cache|E. C. [Ethel Claire] Brill
But all absorbed sat the old man, and heeded not cold or tempest as he read the music.
A veteran would have recognized him as an old-timer and probable officer, and heeded, automatically.Mercenary|Dallas McCord Reynolds
"I heeded what your mother said, and went up to Chattaway's, avoiding the fields," resumed Mr. Ryle.Trevlyn Hold|Mrs. Henry Wood
He thought of running to Boursonne and warning Viscount Isidore; but he might not be believed and the warning might not be heeded.The Hero of the People|Alexandre Dumas