heady[ hed-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF heady
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEADY
It was heady, this island of the south—heady in the summer-time.
You can get up two bottles of our Lunel—at two francs—the heady kind.
Maybe the ozone and the other additives in your shelter air are too heady for me.
She started, looked at him thoughtfully, and smiled a heady smile.
The odour of the burning leaves was heady, a superdistillate of memories.
It was a sad farrago of enthusiasm and levity and heady writing.
In towns and corporations they are heady and turbulent to have their wills.
"'Tis the gift of youth to be rash and heady," the trapper calmly retorted.
Here, if anywhere, might she forget the heady joys of the cinema.
It was like heady wine to him to think of her with him always, in spirit if not in body.
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