feeling or generating intense happiness, confidence, and a sense of well-being: I’ve experienced both crushing defeat and euphoric victory.She was euphoric when she received the Oscar.
Psychiatry. relating to or experiencing a pathologically exaggerated feeling of happiness, confidence, or energy: During a manic phase, people with bipolar disorder are usually euphoric and believe they can accomplish anything.
- eu·phor·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use euphoric in a sentence
In some cases, because of decreased sensitivities and certain types of pain, they may enhance a sense of euphoria.I Am a Heroin User. I Do Not Have a Drug Problem - Issue 96: Rewired | Mark MacNamara | February 17, 2021 | Nautilus
You look at market history and we’ve seen these periods of intense euphoria and speculation occur regularly.
In many ways, Ditka’s brilliance was in squelching the euphoria just enough to win six division titles in the nine years Rivera played for him.As praise pours in for Washington football, Ron Rivera needs to mix confidence with caution | Les Carpenter | December 17, 2020 | Washington Post
Glaser recalled earlier this week the euphoria of securing a spot as a backup on the kickoff return unit.Virginia football seniors eager for final home game despite nearly empty stadium | Gene Wang | December 3, 2020 | Washington Post
It would be sheer euphoria to hear this track inside a nightclub, but for now, we can only hear it inside our bodies, with Parrish’s time-expanding rhythms teaching us to move in ways we haven’t moved before.In a year without dance floors, Theo Parrish knows the way forward | Chris Richards | December 2, 2020 | Washington Post