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unheeded

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunheededun‧heed‧ed /ʌnˈhiːdɪd/ adjective literary 🔊 🔊 ACCEPT#noticed but not listened to, accepted, or believed 🔊 Her warnings went unheeded.
Examples from the Corpus
unheededBut these letters had thus far gone unheeded.Nagumo's fleet observed strict radio silence and when two stricken bombers called up for directions their calls went unheeded.Riding along with them, unnoticed by them, unheeded, a black clothed skeleton kept time with them.So Kylie, never one to let a lesson pass unheeded, acted on it.Such public health pronouncements often go unheeded, however.As her tears continued to fall unheeded to mingle with the rain, her mouth twisted bitterly.The box and her mantle fell unheeded to the floor.went unheededA New Year appeal by the Premier went unheeded.Comments from the crowd went unheeded.Even the violent messages, when she threw things round the room, went unheeded.Nagumo's fleet observed strict radio silence and when two stricken bombers called up for directions their calls went unheeded.Repeated warnings from Petain, Foch and numerous others that the plan was attended by great danger went unheeded.His advice went unheeded by the jubilant Khatami supporters who went into the streets to celebrate after the election last week.
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