Definition by Wordnik
- (adjective) Intoxicating or stupefying: heady liqueur.
- (adjective) Tending to upset the mind or the balance of senses: standing on a heady outcrop of rock.
- (adjective) Serving to exhilarate: the heady news of triumph.
- (adjective) Impetuous and rash: a heady outburst of anger.
- (adjective) Domineering; overbearing: too heady to reason with.
- (adjective) Swift and violent; headlong: a heady current.
- (adjective) Showing intelligence and good judgment; prudent: heady tactics.
- (adjective) Suffering from a headache: a heady, throbbing feeling.
Example by Wordnik
- Once he heard that, he seemed to lose interest in Swindon Usain Bolt's ex-lover Gemma Jones recalls their heady days together - This week: George Osborne, Katrin Radmacher and Wayne Rooney
- The end result recalls the heady absurdism of Richard Lester's "A Hard Day's Night" (1964) spiked with Eastern antagonisms. - Not for the Faint of Heart
- He recalls the heady days of their early relationship: "Our minds moved fast and at that point in sync." - Tony Blair's memoirs: Gordon Brown holds fire over old rival's criticisms
- Recalling the heady days of 1999, when Plaid took 17 Assembly seats and Labour failed to win the majority it expected, Mr Wigley said: At the time, I described what happened as a silent earthquake. - Archive 2008-04-01
- If he's a Fake Karim and he's a Fake Rem and they keep on tweeting and maybe a Fake Zaha enters the fray, we could really be in for a bit of fun, something recalling the heady days of 2005 when The Gutter peaked in hilarious awesomeness. - @karimrashid Interviews @remkoolhaas