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heady Line breaks: heady
Pronunciation: /ˈhɛdi/

Definition of heady in English:

adjective (headier, headiest)

1(Of alcoholic drink) potent; intoxicating: several bottles of heady local wine
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  • Rich and heady wine was brought to all of the dinner guests, the finest in the manor's stores.
  • At its best, Argentina's adopted white grape makes fragrant, heady wines.
  • All cost just under £2, came in a specific glass and were potent, heady and delicious.
1.1Having a strong or exhilarating effect: a heady, exotic perfume the heady days of my youth
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  • In attendance were Bollywood representatives giving the city a heady mix of chic and style.
  • Jerusalem is a city of contrasts and conflict, a heady mix of the ancient and the modern.
  • A heady mix of coconut, pineapple, vanilla and banana, and it's yours for only a quid.


Example sentences
  • The second disc boasts some commercial tuneage, but married to headily unusual instrumentation and mood-swings.
  • Once, she was so headily in love with a man that she committed to spending the remainder of her days alongside him.
  • But that should not be to diminish a production that is as enjoyable as it is headily ambitious.
Pronunciation: /ˈhɛdɪnəs/
Example sentences
  • Some of their cheerleaders (male and female) were pretty close to naked… which added another layer of headiness to the incredible grooves they were playing.
  • Except most of them are Jewish and constantly dodging detection - the covert business of hiding out and black-market finagling adding a decidedly desperate top note to the headiness of high living.
  • The end (it comes after a good six courses) is sweet, in the form of immaculate hand-made chocolates almost alcoholic in their headiness.

Words that rhyme with heady

already, Eddie, eddy, Freddie, neddy, oven-ready, ready, reddy, steady, teddy, thready
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