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Characterized by or feeling intense excitement and happiness:‘a euphoric sense of freedom’
elated, happy, joyful, joyous, delighted, gleeful, excited, exhilarated, animated, jubilant, exultant, ecstatic, blissful, enraptured, rapturous, rhapsodic, in rhapsodies, intoxicated, transported, on cloud nine, in heaven, in paradise, in seventh heavenon top of the world, over the moon, on a highView synonyms
- ‘It is like someone who is too noisy, almost euphoric, whose ebullience hides enormous misery and despair.’
- ‘It is precisely here that the viewer experiences a euphoric sense of triumph in the face of such adversity.’
- ‘He reminds us that market crashes almost always occur when the crowd is euphoric, not when everyone is talking about the possibility.’
- ‘I became filled with a sense of euphoric conversion; a new, enlightened understanding of the world.’
- ‘Some say that chocolate gives consumers delights of euphoric content, I say it does not give me that.’
- ‘You want to know when I'm happy or sad, tired, glad, euphoric, if I just got piece, whatever.’
- ‘A kind of ego annihilation is followed by euphoric reintegration and a sense of extended understanding.’
- ‘But a new team always comes in with the euphoric belief that it's got something special to contribute.’
- ‘The sensation of sumptuous lips crushed against your own is every bit as euphoric as the indulgent delight of the feathery beginning.’
- ‘Death by starvation and dehydration is neither painless nor euphoric.’
- ‘It's truly a euphoric piece, supplanting the vocalists' rage and rediverting it to become almost an affirmation of life.’
- ‘I left reeling and euphoric after what felt like an hour-long conversation.’
- ‘For those doing it it's a great high, a euphoric trance that makes them feel happy and free.’
- ‘They jumped the high bumps, flung their bikes, did crisscross cuts and caught the spirit of the euphoric audience.’
- ‘The atmosphere was euphoric even before we took the lead.’
- ‘I expected to feel euphoric after finally fulfilling my lame ambition, but instead I was unsettled.’
- ‘The mood was euphoric as Ukrainians prepared to celebrate both New Year and a feeling that democracy had finally come to their nation.’
- ‘But these are early stages, when you still feel euphoric and nothing can possibly shake your feeling for each other.’
- ‘I came back to my office euphoric - which is not my normal workday condition!’
- ‘She left that first session feeling exhilarated, even euphoric, and filled with energy.’
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