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heedful (adj.)

"cautious, wary," 1540s, from heed (n.) + -ful.

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Definitions of heedful

heedful (adj.)
taking heed; giving close and thoughtful attention;
heedful of what they were doing
heedful of the warnings
so heedful a writer
Synonyms: attentive / thoughtful / paying attention
heedful (adj.)
cautiously attentive;
heedful of his father's advice
Synonyms: careful
heedful (adj.)
giving attention;
Synonyms: advertent
From wordnet.princeton.edu