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- adv. In a heady manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a heady or rash manner; hastily; rashly; obstinately.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a heady or rash manner; hastily; rashly.
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I simply had no idea that such a headily-scented plant could suddenly produce fruit like this in the autumn.
We don't find out the truth about Eric's Iraq experience until the final three chapters, which are headily Conradian in their willingness to confront the very heart of darkness.
With its headily urban recasting of the myth, it was given even more splendour by leading you out onto Waterloo Bridge: one of my favourite views in London, especially very early in the morning.
The story is played out in a succession of vividly coloured, headily intense visuals which are often far more revealing than the dialogue.
Craigengelt had his own purposes in fooling him up to the top of his bent; and having some low humour, much impudence, and the power of singing a good song, understanding besides thoroughly the disposition of his regained associate, he headily succeeded in involving him bumper-deep in the festivity of the meeting.
The Separation is an excellent, headily atmospheric novel that forces the reader to think about what they are reading carefully.
She is older than the deck chair on which she sits, I thought headily, and she is famine, fire, destruction, and plague, she is the Dark Lady of the Sonnets, the on lie true begetter.
A good quality Ylang Ylang essential oil should smell creamy, fruity, tenacious, and headily floral but in a very pleasant way.
Last time I tried it a long time ago; as I said, samples stay in the To Review Box for years, awaiting their destiny, I found La Base, an homage to Switzerland, the Alps, and mountain flowers, to be simultaneously a little too aquatic-fresh and too overwhelmingly, headily floral.
As an Eau de Toilette, Diorissimo is a soliflore lily of the valley, in fact – the only one that I smelled so far that captures the scent of the crisp little white bells without smelling headily synthetic and develop into a flat, shallow nuisance on the skin.