Heed and Neglect


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Heed noun – A state of being aware.
Usage example: took heed of the student's learning disability so as to arrive at reasonable expectations for him

Neglect is an antonym for heed in topics: thought, pay attention to, care, give care.
Nearby Words: heedless, heedlessly, heedful, heeded, heeding
Antonyms for Heed


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Neglect verb – To fail to give proper attention to.
Usage example: as usual the news media neglected the real issues of the campaign and focused on personalities

Heed is an antonym for neglect in leave alone topic.
Nearby Words: neglected, negligent, negligence, neglectful, neglecting
Antonyms for Neglect
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How words are described

less less heed less neglect

Common collocations

advice heed advice neglect advice
anyone heed anyone neglect anyone
women heed women neglect women
threats heed threats neglect threats
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