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    what is the preposition follows the word heed

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    The word "heed" may be used as a verb or a noun (see below).  The preposition that would most likely follow "heed" would be "OF", in my opinion.


    He took heed of the warning.  (with preposition)
    He wisely chose to heed the warning.  (without)


    heed
    h?d/Submit
    verb
    1.
    pay attention to; take notice of.
    "he should have heeded the warnings"
    synonyms: pay attention to, take notice of, take note of, pay heed to, attend to, listen to; More
    antonyms: disregard
    noun
    noun: heed
    1.
    careful attention.
    "if he heard, he paid no heed"
    synonyms: attention, notice, note, regard; More



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