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heed
used in Kidnapped

7 uses
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Definition
pay close attention to; or to do what is suggested — especially with regard to a warning or other advice
  • But I took little heed at the moment, for all my mind was occupied with the generosity of these poor Highlanders.
    Chapter 12 (48% in)
heed = consideration (to pay attention or to do what was suggested)
  • All these pleasant things, and a thousand others, crowded into my mind, as I sat staring before me out of the inn window, and paying no heed to what I saw; only I remember that my eye lighted on Captain Hoseason down on the pier among his seamen, and speaking with some authority.
    Chapter 6 (58% in)
  • And indeed (beyond that I wondered a little at the lateness of the sunset light) I gave no heed to it, and pushed on across the decks, running between the seas, catching at ropes, and only saved from going overboard by one of the hands on deck, who had been always kind to me.
    Chapter 8 (20% in)
  • And, now" said he, "do you keep on charging the pistols, and give heed to me."
    Chapter 9 (89% in)
  • I paid little heed while I lay in this poor pass.
    Chapter 23 (64% in)
  • As we went, I kept looking across the water and sighing to myself; and though I took no heed of it, Alan had fallen into a muse.
    Chapter 26 (42% in)
  • "Did ye take heed of the lass we bought this of?" says he, tapping on the bread and cheese.
    Chapter 26 (42% in)

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