never heed

1) Still a common colloquial expression which means ‘pay no attention to’ or ‘never mind’.

It is on record in the deposition of a highwayman in the West Riding: 1722 but never heed Dick, before the weekend we’ll make somebody’s purse pay for it.

places West Riding
dates 1722

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