Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The condition or quality of being heady, in any sense of that word.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The quality of being heady.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The characteristic of being heady.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

heady +‎ -ness

Examples

  • I further argued that Ghost Whisperer's "Melinda Gordon" (Jennifer Love Hewitt) had the potential to blend her "headiness" with her "sexiness", resulting in a relatively well-rounded and independent character.

    PopMatters

  • Japan's madness for golf during its bubble economy epitomized the headiness of the era.

    Golf Deal Part of Growing Chinese Links to Japan Inc.

  • She lost herself in indulgent kisses, swimming in the headiness of a boy!

    Storytelling. «

  • Indeed, some deals done in 2010 have carried the hallmarks of pre-crisis headiness, when investors poured cash into any deal that came to market despite declining yields and doubtful protections for buyers.

    Banks Dined on Junk and IPOs

  • "It is in a man's nature to pursue success and to scale the next higher mountain," said Felix Ng. "It is in a woman's nature to safeguard success and scale down on the headiness of material pursuits for other important aspects of life."

    Why So Few Self-Made Billionaire Women?

  • But there's no denying the poetic headiness of the sex scenes nor the serious intentions of the film's ideas about privacy, art, exploitation and porn.

    Edinburgh film festival roundup

  • "It is in a man's nature to pursue success and to scale the next higher mountain," said Felix Ng. "It is in a woman's nature to safeguard success and scale down on the headiness of material pursuits for other important aspects of life."

    Why So Few Self-Made Billionaire Women?

  • And then, another wave of headiness hit me even harder.

    Vanished

  • "It is in a man's nature to pursue success and to scale the next higher mountain," said Felix Ng. "It is in a woman's nature to safeguard success and scale down on the headiness of material pursuits for other important aspects of life."

    Why So Few Self-Made Billionaire Women?

  • "It is in a man's nature to pursue success and to scale the next higher mountain," said Felix Ng. "It is in a woman's nature to safeguard success and scale down on the headiness of material pursuits for other important aspects of life."

    Why So Few Self-Made Billionaire Women?

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