in (one's) heyday

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in (one's) heyday

In, at, or during the period of one's greatest success, power, vigor, etc. In my heyday as a stock broker, I was making millions of dollars each year, but when the economy crashed, I lost nearly everything.
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lt;B In its haydays, Morpeth Sunday League ran into multipe divisions
A newly named children's programme - HAYDAYS - offers a range of activities and events for families and young adults led by some of the biggest names in children's writing including Julia Donaldson, Jacqueline Wilson, Malorie Blackman, Chris Riddell, Michael Morpurgo, Cressida Cowell and CBBC's Sam and Mark.
After NT Rama Rama Rao and Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Krishna and Shoban were the highest paid hero actors in their haydays.
IKids get their very own festival site at the HAYDAYS Courtyard, with events to keep them occupied all day at the festival, which kicks off on Thursday, May 26.
She discusses her inspiration and love of books with the HAYDAYS director.
HAYDAYS COFFEE Child-friendly, no-nonsense sandwiches and drinks served in the garden.