euphoric

[ US /juˈfɔɹɪk/ ]
[ UK /juːfˈɒɹɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. exaggerated feeling of well-being or elation
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How To Use euphoric In A Sentence

  • But the moves can hardly be described as euphoric. A Summer of Rest, Not Rise, for Euro
  • He crouched, kicking his legs into the air and sang euphorically. Dreamseller: The Calling
  • People may experience “perceived pressure”, where the gods think through the victim that a certain behavior is expected/desirable (telepathically stimulate an individual euphorically (“magic”), the “fuel” of disfunction:::: addiction (the crack epidemic), the desire for homosexual contact, etc.) and compel the individual into the deed. Blogging on empty « BuzzMachine
  • Another way to round off a meal is to chew paan, which is the broad leaf of the betel plant sprinkled with a lime powder and kaat and can be mildly euphoric.
  • The sensation of sumptuous lips crushed against your own is every bit as euphoric as the indulgent delight of the feathery beginning.
  • There was no mistaking the determination in Ella's response to her husband's euphoric anticipation of a `follow-up". THE SOUND OF MURDER
  • Climbing is fun, intense, painful, scary, euphoric, and a rush all at the same time, and to put it very simply, that is why I climb.
  • Goals of therapy are to prevent abstinence syndrome, reduce narcotic cravings and block the euphoric effects of illicit opioid use.
  • But these are early stages, when you still feel euphoric and nothing can possibly shake your feeling for each other.
  • Death by starvation and dehydration is neither painless nor euphoric.
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