Use Heed in a sentence
Meaning: [verb] pay attention to a warning or advice,;
His advice on needless tension is something everyone should heed.
National and religious leaders had better heed this warning.
Some families heeded the warning and were smuggled off the island before the storm.
Take heed that no man deceive you.
Paul heeded their encouraging advice and was saved from this dangerous situation.
Listen carefully and heed your candidate’s responses.
If the warning is not heeded , a fight breaks out.
Those pleas appeared to be heeded , though the disappointment was real.
Neither the old man nor the boy heeded a word she said.