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marked by the exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters

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extremely exciting as if by alcohol or a narcotic

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marked by defiant disregard for danger or consequences

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In the corporate world, some of the headiest conversations center on upcoming or recently completed business acquisition deals.
Enjoy lunch here, then head up the hill towards the track and prepare to be uplifted by the headiest view in British racing.
For ladies, Sex And The City is the headiest film of the year - like having an extra glass of wine or two with a meal.
41) [I acknowledge that I've been very daring; I've thrown myself down the most slippery slopes and tried to scale the headiest heights, without the skills to do so; but should we not in fact be sporting in all senses of the word?
Comedy, however, flourished on the Italian and French stages during the headiest years of Aristotelian theory.
The two second-half strikes were enough to beat UCD and now puts Pat Scully's men in their headiest position yet this season, just three points off the top, albeit having played a game extra.
Jennifer is one of the headiest people I've ever met and she picks up things so easily.
For a waft of fragrance plus glorious colour, choose hyacinths, which have the headiest scent of all spring bulbs and flower from as early as February.
Executives welcomed the chance to own options on stock that--it seemed during the market's headiest days--would only increase in value.
Nowhere is this sad reality clearer than in Iraq, where our latest Mesopotamian adventure has catalyzed anti-American passions among Middle Eastern Muslims to a degree not seen since the headiest days of Nasser.
Thus, the headiest moments of Willoughby de Broke's incipient political career came in the wake of his bitterest political setback.
After his early projects were funded and then censored by Israeli television, he went into self-imposed exile in Paris, where he circulated among the headiest film intellectuals and decided to expand his prolific output into features.
Sumner's appeal appeared during one of the headiest periods of American conservation.
But he's since emerged as a heavyweight composer and bandleader, who thrives in seemingly any jazz setting--from Gershwin to the headiest avant-garde.
In fact, the headiest of the bunch, Le Corsaire, zips steadily along from the very beginning.