unheedingly


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unheedingly

(ˈʌnˈhiːdɪŋlɪ)
adv
in an unheeding manner
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For I have revell'd, when the sun was bright In the summer sky; in dreamy fields of light, And left unheedingly my very heart In climes of mine imagining - apart From mine own home, with beings that have been Of mine own thought - what more could I have seen?
It isn't pleasant to have a woman tell you--" he went on, unheedingly, but breaking off suddenly: "Now if I were like Arobin-you remember Alcee Arobin and that story of the consul's wife at Biloxi?
But Anne, with her elbows on the window sill, her soft cheek laid against her clasped hands, and her eyes filled with visions, looked out unheedingly across city roof and spire to that glorious dome of sunset sky and wove her dreams of a possible future from the golden tissue of youth's own optimism.
In his walk he had crossed one of the bridges of the Seine, and he still followed, unheedingly, the long, unbroken quay.
He's free to explore the canyon's abundant beauty, but the grown-ups who stay at the lodge are mired in concerns beyond his ken: "Adults didn't possess these things because they moved too unheedingly through the landscape, they didn't notice, they no longer apparently saw, touched, heard.