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heed
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Crime and Punishment
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  • I was very heedless.
  • Almost every criminal is subject to a failure of will and reasoning power by a childish and phenomenal heedlessness, at the very instant when prudence and caution are most essential.
  • How can you undertake such obligations so heedlessly, Sofya Semyonovna?
  • But at the beginning of an acquaintance, as you know, one is apt to be more heedless and stupid.
  • "The same old woman," Raskolnikov went on in the same whisper, not heeding Zametov’s explanation, "about whom you were talking in the police-office, you remember, when I fainted.

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  • Heed the advice of the old women.
  • She did not heed his warning.

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