heyday

Part of speech: noun

The time of greatest vitality and vigor.

Part of speech: interjection

An exclamation of surprize, joy, etc.

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Usage examples "heyday":

  1. If, by straining an extra nerve in the heyday of his powers, a man may ensure to himself some immunity from care in the evening, he is under a solemn obligation to do so. - "Mushrooms on the Moor", Frank Boreham.
  2. " It was the heyday of the Negro. - "The Negro", W.E.B. Du Bois.
  3. Here we have the promise of life, that fuller life which men want, 'the life of which our veins are scant, ' even in the fullest tide and heyday of earthly existence. - "Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V)", Alexander Maclaren.