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heed
used in Faust -- Part 1 (translated by Theil)

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Definition
pay close attention to; or to do what is suggested — especially with regard to a warning or other advice
  • Take heed, The import of this primal sentence weigh, Lest thy too hasty pen be led astray!
  • Like a fox in iron snare, Hell's old lynx is quaking there, But take heed!
  • MEPHISTOPHELES You are upon the proper track, I find; Take heed, let nothing dissipate your mind.
  • BRANDER Take proper heed, the tailor strictly charge, The nicest measurement to take, And as he loves his head, to make The hose quite smooth and not too large!
  • Virtue she hath, and modest heed, Is piquant too, and sharp withal.
  • Maiden take heed!
  • To my last words give heed!
  • Laws are unheeded by the devil's host; Wise as we are, yet Tegel hath its ghost!

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