unheeded

[ UK /ʌnhˈiːdɪd/ ]
[ US /ənˈhidɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. disregarded
    Shaw's neglected one-act comedy, `A Village Wooing'
    his cries were unheeded
    her ignored advice
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How To Use unheeded In A Sentence

  • His pleas went unheeded, and the delegates prepared a cahier of grievances to present to Henry.
  • Worried doctors at the British Medical Association have urged TV dramas to help spread the word - a call which has not gone unheeded.
  • A deer in headlights, she turns… and unheeded, the kid sails right past her, hitting the dirt with a splat!
  • But Lucien, to the joy and surprise of his old love, honored her with inattention; her words fell unheeded on his ears; he sat like Pasta in Tancredi, with the words O patria! upon her lips, the music of the great cavatina Dell Rizzo might have passed into his face. Eve and David
  • However, the warning went unheeded by City as they were undone by Kanouté's explosive finish, and the margin of defeat should then have been greater.
  • The findings follow a number of high-profile cases in which children died after tell-tale danger signs had gone unheeded.
  • his cries were unheeded
  • But despite our pleas, our requests went largely unheeded.
  • Unfortunately, it was a warning that went unheeded as two minutes into stoppage time Underwood was again unchallenged as he crossed from the left.
  • If warnings go unheeded, workers could be sacked.
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