adjective, head·i·er, head·i·est.
Origin of heady
Examples from the Web for headier
A kid who avoids all TV may have spent more time with headier forms of entertainment.Why the SAT's Reality TV Question is Good for Kids|Kyle Spencer|March 19, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Maybe worrying about the sex lives of congressmen is a luxury, reserved for headier economic times.
His next sentiment, unuttered, was that the soft touch of her hand under his arm was headier than any drink, how ancient soever.The Spenders|Harry Leon Wilson
She had drunk of a headier cup, and had known a vaster intoxication.The Book of Susan|Lee Wilson Dodd