Webster's II New Riverside Dictionary defines Heyday -- A time of maximum power, prosperity, or popularity. "HEYDAY goes back to an Anglo-Saxon use of 'hey' as an expression of great enthusiasm and happiness. So a person's 'heyday' is the period of his greatest vigor and success." From "Morris Dictionary of Word and Phrase Origins" by William and Mary Morris (HarperCollins, New York, 1977, 1988).
save it for a rainy day
They hit the hay is a sentence.
no hay cerveza no hay trabajo
From the dirt on the hay.
This phrase which is an old proverb means that a person should act when an opportunity is presented or to make good use of an opportunity afforded to us. The phrase refers to cutting or bailing hay while its still day, or the sun is still out.
Save turning pages; neither Partridge's, Brewer's nor Wordsworth reference books list the phrase. And those I've asked are split.
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Hay day is an old saying that means an easy day, plenty of play. It was said that a horse would rather eat hay than graze all day for the same amount of feed.
There is no way to hack hay day. But I think that ''xmodgames'' will soon make a mod for hayday.
yes you should
Which phrase does not come from the Preamble to the Constitution?
no. the right way to say it is "no hay problema".
450 pounds of hay a day
someone who'd obviously had a very bad sleep the night before!
The phrase came from Navy Seals to encourage themselves to work harder than they could've ever imagined.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This means to put into disorder, to make confusing. The image is of a hayfield, with hay scattered about.
2.2 x 9 = 19.8 pounds of hay per day.
They can, but they shouldn't. If your guinea pig hay has ants coming out of it, it's long past time to change the hay.
when you buy a hay bale, give the horse 4 flakes per day. i don't know that 2.2 lbs of hay per 100 lbs of body weight though... that would mean it gets 1980 lbs of hay a day and that is definitely wrong!