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heyday (noun) a period of the greatest success, power, and popularity in a person's career or a nation's history.
A person's heyday is the period of their greatest success, popularity, and power. Rome had its heyday during the rule of Augustus Caesar. That is, the Roman Empire was the strongest, most successful, and most powerful under the rule of Augustus Caesar. The movie 'The Godfather' saw Marlon Brando in his heyday as an actor. That is, the period of the movie was his most successful and most popular period.
- In his heyday, he was the chairman of more than two companies, and was the wealthiest industrialist in the US. He was considered the most powerful tycoon of the times.
- I had the opportunity of watching 'One Million Pound Note,' a movie of Gregory Peck's heyday in his movie career.