heady
Pronunciation Adjective

heady (comparative headier, superlative headiest)

  1. Intoxicating or stupefying.
    The cocktail was a heady mixture of spirits.
  2. Tending to upset the mind or senses.
    We looked out from a heady outcrop of rock.
  3. Exhilarating.
    The rock concert was a heady mixture of their greatest hits.
  4. Intellectual.
    Kierkegaard is rather heady reading for a high school student.
  5. Rash or impetuous.
    He made too heady promises, and when it came time, he was never able to fulfill them.
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Heady
Proper noun
  1. Surname



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