- In your reception of it, don’t heed me any more than if I was a speaking machine—truly, I am not much else.
- Curious to consider how heedless flies are!
- "Where," repeated the same personage, without taking any heed of him whatever, "are the papers of this prisoner?"
- She also bestowed a British cough on Madame Defarge; but, neither of the two took much heed of her.
- Sydney Carton took no heed, and the chemist said: "For you, citizen?"
- She was too much occupied then with fears for the brother who so little deserved her affection, and with Sydney’s friendly reassurances, adequately to heed what she observed.
There are no more uses of "heed" in the book.
Show samples from other sources