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Definition of Heyday

Heyday

  1. An expression of frolic and exultation, and sometimes of wonder.
  2. The time of triumph and exultation; hence, joy, high spirits, frolicsomeness; wildness.

Heyday Quotations

The heyday of woman's life is the shady side of fifty.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton

In their heyday, the Pet Shop Boys were the Interpol of the Eighties, dressing up to sing really weird pop songs about lust and loneliness in the big city. They're low-pro now, not retro-worshipped in the manner of Depeche Mode, New Order, or The Cure, but you can hear the reason why - these guys are too sad.
Rob Sheffield

In the heyday of the Oscars, there were electric sparks flying. When Cher went in her fabulous Bob Mackie dress and her Mohawk, and Bjoerk with her swan dress. Then we thought it was bad taste; now I think it should have been the best dress because she stood out.
Andre Leon Talley

In their heyday, comics were a dominant force in popular culture, but that's over.
Garry Trudeau

Romantic poetry had its heyday when people like Lord Byron were kicking it large. But you try and make a living as a poet today, and you'll find it's very different!
Alan Moore
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Heyday Translations

heyday in French is culmination
heyday in Italian is momento culminante

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