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heed
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The Aeneid
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  • Next, you, my servants, heed my strict commands: Without the walls a ruin’d temple stands, To Ceres hallow’d once; a cypress nigh Shoots up her venerable head on high, By long religion kept; there bend your feet, And in divided parties let us meet.
  • Heed therefore what I say; and keep in mind What Jove decrees, what Phoebus has design’d, And I, the Furies’ queen, from both relateYou seek th’ Italian shores, foredoom’d by fate: Th’ Italian shores are granted you to find, And a safe passage to the port assign’d.
  • With heedless hands the Trojans fell’d the tree, To make the ground inclos’d for combat free.

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

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