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heyday

An earlier time period in which something was very popular. For example, "the CP/M operating system had its heyday in the 1980s." Pronounced "hay-day."
References in classic literature ?
The natural association of the sentiment of love with the heyday of the blood seems to require that in order to portray it in vivid tints, which every youth and maid should confess to be true to their throbbing experience, one must not be too old.
This or this is but outskirt and far-off reflection and echo of the triumph that has passed by and is now at its glancing splendor and heyday, perchance in the neighboring fields, or, if you stand in the field, then in the adjacent woods.
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She said it happened during the group's heyday in the 90s when, along with Posh Spice Victoria Beckham, they sold 85 million records.
Inside, a Rangers jersey STAR Eric in 60s heyday hung with the number three on it - the number Caldow wore with distinction as a left fullback for Rangers and Scotland.
Laura said: "In the last week, I've had two male friends, who I haven't seen in a long time, say to people in front of me: 'You should have seen Laura in her heyday, 10 years ago.' Rude.
Laura, who formerly ran The Gallery in Formby, added: "It makes me laugh that some people think my heyday was when I wore a face full of make up, perfect hair, sexy outfits, padded bras.
With plenty of photographs to coo over, this new addition to the simply outstanding Heyday Books 'It's Nice to Be' board book series will charm children and parents alike.
During its heyday, the original terminal building housed a public bar, tea lounge and restaurant - and its concrete 'wings' provided cover to passengers below and balconies for viewing flights.
Designed as a companion to the book "California Bees and Blooms: A Guide for Gardeners and Naturalists" (Heyday Books, 9781597142946, $28.00, PB, 304pp), "Common Bees in California Gardens" is an especially recommended identification guide for personal and professional observers.
Model Gigi Hadid was seen out and about in New York in a tartan outfit that Les McKeown and the boys might have thought a little over the top in their 70s heyday.