Heedless in a sentence as an adjective

Im saying they were aware of the risk, and they were heedless.

I don't want to take heedless risks, so I'm content with what I have for right now.

What it does say is "rush forward in a heedless manner" and "don't think, just run.

The heedless piling up of trash, code and tickets is far more common.

However, grief is often heedless of what is healthy.

Isn't the cold, heedless authority a trope of fiction?

If in pursuit of your destination, you plunge\n ahead, heedless of obstacles, and achieve nothing more than to\n sink in a swamp...

She was skilled and enthusiastic at creating drama between people and heedless of the consequences of her personal behavior.

Other reporters, in thrall to the consensus of the ruling classes, are experiencing cognitive dissonance when faced with someone this effective and yet so heedless of the red lines.

Seneca warns against the perils of indulging in heedless luxury, and yet according to Dio, he at one point ordered “five hundred tables of citrus wood with legs of ivory, all identically alike, and he served banquets on them.”

A lot of the ******** the advertising industry is subjecting us to isn't about those ads, where the signal is bright and clear and easy to monetize; it's about chasing the long tail and extracting every last ounce of data to make that stuff profitable, heedless of the societal damage it can cause.

The Roman god Fama, attendant to Jupiter, trumpeting his words, heedless of truth or falsity:"At the world's centre lies a place between the lands and seas and regions of the sky, the limits of the threefold universe, whence all things everywhere, however far, are scanned and watched, and every voice and word reaches its listening ears.

Hilarious that the first two comments are diametrically opposed: "Wow that's pretty ******" versus "Sadly much vision has been lost somewhere in the last century"I'm going to tread a line between the two and say that I miss the visionary engineering works of old but that I am not completely heedless of the Law of Unintended Consequences.

Heedless definitions


marked by or paying little heed or attention; "We have always known that heedless self-interest was bad morals; we know now that it is bad economics"--Franklin D. Roosevelt; "heedless of danger"; "heedless of the child's crying"

See also: unheeding


characterized by careless unconcern; "the heedless generosity and the spasmodic extravagance of persons used to large fortunes"- Edith Wharton; "reckless squandering of public funds"

See also: reckless