verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of heed
SYNONYMS FOR heed
Examples from the Web for heeding
He recalls a pretty conservative fellow, heeding most rules on most matters, though far less cautious when it came to women.Antonis Samaras: New Greek Prime Minister and Predecessor Share College Ties|Jim Warren|June 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Many city residents are heeding warnings that the floods will hit big this week.
But perhaps by heeding our evolutionary roots, when practical, we can reverse figures on empathy and mental illness.
Heeding a call to arms—in this case to vote on MTV.com—is in their second nature.Meet the Beliebers: Justin Bieber's Insane Twitter Fans|Brian Ries|September 10, 2010|DAILY BEAST
If the American right wing ever recaptures the imagination of the public, it will do so by heeding the lessons of Irving Kristol.
"You'll not be thinking of heeding that ragamuffin boy," he ventured.Huntingtower|John Buchan
The girl did not pause, but continued to run lightly and with surprising speed, heeding only the direction which he gave her.The Alaskan|James Oliver Curwood
I fell in love with her, like a schoolboy with green apples, heeding not the danger of unwholesomeness.A Virginia Cousin & Bar Harbor Tales|Mrs Burton Harrison
Messengers have been heeding the call and have been kindling fires, one here and another there, in the darkness.South and South Central Africa|H. Frances Davidson
He plunged blindly onward through the heaps of drifted snow, heeding not, caring not, whither his steps wended.Sharing Her Crime|May Agnes Fleming