[ UK /juːfˈɔːɹi‍ə/ ]
[ US /juˈfɔɹiə/ ]
  1. a feeling of great (usually exaggerated) elation
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How To Use euphoria In A Sentence

  • The euphoria reached phenomenal levels when the kids got a chance to share the stage with their stars.
  • ‘Tree surfing’ is euphoria-induced skylarking on a windy day.
  • Data from human studies indicate that decompression at 1,000 feet/minute results in excitement and euphoria, followed by sensory dullness, weakness, and unconsciousness.
  • I want this town to melt in delirious euphoria over a World Championship, and celebrate it every day for a year -- New Orleans style. Archive 2007-10-01
  • She no longer had the radiance of euphoria she always did.
  • she had a feeling of euphoria
  • But each time, the spells of euphoria passed as quickly as they came and he would be morose.
  • Rapturous joy was remindful of religious euphoria, as in Pentecostal women of the 1930s.
  • Zarate did mention that his patients suffered certain adverse events, including “perceptual disturbances, confusion… increased libido…euphoria and derealization.” MANUFACTURING DEPRESSION
  • In our euphoria over the public demonstration of airpower's considerable abilities and accomplishments, we should not oversell it or lose sight of its limitations.
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