Meaning of heyday in English
Etymologylate 16th century (denoting good spirits or passion): from archaic heyday!, an exclamation of joy, surprise, etc.
Definitions1. the period of greatest prosperity or productivity
- « Elizabeth Taylor. In her heyday, she was amazing. » Joe Jonas
- « In their heyday, the Pet Shop Boys were the Interpol of the Eighties, dressing up to sing really weird pop songs about lust and loneliness in the big city. They're low-pro now, not retro-worshipped in the manner of Depeche Mode, New Order, or The Cure, but you can hear the reason why - these guys are too sad. » Rob Sheffield