In 86% of cases "heedless of" is used
Your Lord is not heedless of anything you do.
Your Lord is not heedless of anything they do.
Lo! most of mankind are heedless of Our portents.
The sky is very cloudy and the rain falls monotonously, heedless of what is happening.
By no means all British politicians are heedless of the lessons of Iraq and Afghanistan.
The dawn found us both still at work--we kept our electric light going heedless of the day.
Thus the most hated place to Allah, a place where most people are heedless of Him, was filled with His remembrance.
It was drawn up, as Pat Buchanan might say, heedless of the natural inclinations of the people already living there.
It is disproportionate and heedless of resolution, though it is justified by a shock and awe campaign via social media.
In 5% of cases "heedless to" is used
The night rolled on, heedless to the laws of time and space.
Consequently, I must have tried to warn that egg a thousand times but he was heedless to my word.
Such a person may be heedless to some extent, but can never be careless enough to break any of the five precepts.
Again, the Watchtower seems oblivious to the facts of history, while millions of Jehovah's Witnesses are heedless to Bethel's folly.
But We will this day deliver you with your body that you may be a sign to those after you, and most surely the majority of the people are heedless to Our communications.
And then, being perverse as we are, we turn 180 degrees and head at full speed in the opposite direction, again totally heedless to all the signs telling us to stay in the middle.
HRE, was bailed out for 140bn in loans and guarantees in September 2008 by the German government, after HRE had hastily bought -- heedless to its underlying liquidity problems -- IFSC-based DEPFA.
In 2% of cases "heedless about" is used
Praise be to Allaah, this is something easy so you should not be heedless about this matter.
And know o son of Adam, if you are heedless about yourself and do not prepare, no one else will prepare for you.
In 2% of cases "heedless in" is used
By doing so, we will cross over wrong actions and intentions; of being heedless in committing offences.
In 1% of cases "heedless because" is used
When they've eaten their fill they become heedless because of the pleasure they feel.
When they've eaten their fill, they become heedless because of the pleasure they feel.
In 1% of cases "heedless from" is used
When you become heedless from Allah's remembrance then shaytan can reach that area.
In 1% of cases "heedless on" is used
So if you want to never be heedless on selecting the bag, the black one is the best choice.
Homeless men huddle there at night, against the wall of the church, or stretched out heedless on the grass.
In 1% of cases "heedless towards" is used
He will proceed with caution, be smart to control the steps that he will take, and be concerned and not heedless towards any challenges that will come in his way throughout his life.