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Spell check of heedless

Correct spelling: heedless

ignoring, careful, ill-informed, unthankful, negligent, unconcerned, detached, brash, absent, unconscious, spaced out, frantic, unacquainted, illiterate, abstracted, rash, wild, inconsiderate, heady, preoccupied, uninformed, unwary, thankless, dreamy, reckless, uninterested, unheeding, hectic, disregardful, regardless, oblivious, unguarded, unheedful, thoughtless, ignorant, unobservant, unappreciative, forgetful, unsuspecting, foolhardy, neglectful, deaf, distracted, dispassionate, inattentive, daring, careless, feckless, inadvertent, ungrateful, indifferent, uninquisitive, aloof, unmindful, unfamiliar, wandering, hazy, napping, mindless, incurious, vacantly, unthinking, faraway, unsafe, listless, nonchalant, disinterested, incautious, irresponsible, lost, befuddled, unknowing, distant, absent-minded, absorbed, imprudent.

circumspect, considerate, on hand, calculating, safe, heedful, chary, watchful, scheming, attentive, ready, foresighted, wide-awake, gingerly, provident, forethoughtful, guarded, vigilant, cautious, prompt, wary, observant, shrewd, alert, thoughtful, paying attention, careful.

Examples of usage:

1) Peter Rabbit didn't mean to be heedless. - "Mrs. Peter Rabbit", Thornton W. Burgess.

2) She wrote epistle- wise, heedless of style and stops, and as her mother was also twenty minutes- we are not responsible for these expressions- she wrote a heap of it. - "Somehow Good", William de Morgan.

3) They are talking under their breath, as English folk do in foreign churches, heedless of the loud gabble and resonant results of too much snuff on the part of ecclesiastics off duty. - "Somehow Good", William de Morgan.