endorphin

[ US /ɛnˈdɔɹfɪn/ ]
[ UK /ɛndˈɔːfɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. a neurochemical occurring naturally in the brain and having analgesic properties
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How To Use endorphin In A Sentence

  • Problems were lost in a rush of endorphins. Times, Sunday Times
  • As you move around the rink, chemicals called endorphins will be released into your blood stream. The Sun
  • Extra endorphins would help endurance athletes to hurdle the pain barrier. Times, Sunday Times
  • Maybe it's hormones or endorphins or something but it really did feel good. Times, Sunday Times
  • (Of course the endorphin rush from the large amount of caspaicin in the chili peppers didn't hurt either!) Archive 2008-04-01
  • Your endorphins don't really kick in until you've been exercising aerobically for 30 minutes.
  • Dance classes release endorphins and encourage interaction - and that social aspect keeps people coming back. Times, Sunday Times
  • It releases endorphins, natural feel-good chemicals that fight pain. The Sun
  • I feel it come loose and, giddy with adrenaline, endorphins, and joy, I bring my hands up to my face and start threading the laces out of my eyelids, wincing when they scratch my eyes.
  • When you push yourself, your body makes endorphins which give you a natural high.
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