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heed
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Bleak House
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  • The servant takes as little heed of what he says as she seems to take of what she has said herself.
  • She took no heed of me, and the beating at my heart was gone.
  • The idea of his taking himself well to task, with that laughing face and heedless manner and with a fancy that everything could catch and nothing could hold, was ludicrously anomalous.
  • He sees my Lady pretty often, too; and he and she are as composed, and as indifferent, and take as little heed of one another, as ever.
  • She is dozing probably, for she gives no heed to his steps as he comes toward her.
  • He heard me respectfully but without much heeding these words, which I spoke a little turned from him, already on my way to the door; he was observing (this they afterwards told me) my height and figure, which seemed to catch his attention all at once.

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

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