Heedful in a sentence

Definition of Heedful

taking heed | paying close attention; mindful

How to use Heedful in a Sentence?

  • To Mrs. Lee the girl was more humble and heedful than ever; to us she was abrupt.
  • Not those who are so eagerly and vainly striving in their narrow, conventional circle, heedful merely of the rules of their own little game.
  • Something ominous in the words should have warned me, but I was too elated to be heedful of signs or portents.
  • Under the arch of his eyebrows his old eyes, heedful of the world, continue to sparkle with the clearness of the spring which reflects the light.
  • The bricklayer with his bricks, no longer heedful of plummet or the law of gravitation, have toppled, tumbled, and it all welters as we see!
  • Under the strong, heedful fingers, the pulse gave one great leap, stopped, then fell to pounding madly.
  • To-day I was not vexed, nor to-morrow, nor for two or three months together; but I was heedful when anything happened to move me thus.

Short Example Sentence for Heedful

  • Watching those slim, Light, heedful hands.
  • The King should always be heedful of his subjects as also of his foes.
  • In part, it came out of Brenton's heedful planning.
  • Than prudence and a heedful mind, No fairer treasure can be found for men.
  • The true artist, heedful of his "when" and "how," is master of both moods.