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heyday

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  1. a state or time of great activity, thriving, or achievement in its heyday, the circus was a major form of entertainment for small-town America Synonyms blossom, florescence, floruit, flower, flush, bloom, high noon, prime, salad days, springtimeRelated Words autumn, Indian summer; blooming, blossoming, efflorescence, flowering; acme, apex, climax, meridian, peak, pinnacle, summit, zenith; glory, grandeur, splendor; belle epoque (or belle époque), golden age, silver age; comeback, recovery, revivialNear Antonyms decay, decline, downfall; bottom, nadir; shriveling (or shrivelling), wilting, withering

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