Definition of 'euphoria'
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I'd taken all three and a certain amount of euphoria set in. SNOWLINE (2001)You didn't have to feel pain to know something was wrong; the book had said that irresistible euphoria could be a sign, too. GRACE (2001)The painkillers had by now induced a more than mild euphoria. SACRAMENT (2001)
Once she was airborne, this fear began to recede and was replaced by a sense of euphoria. THE RHYTHM SECTION (2001)
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Translations for 'euphoria'
British English: euphoria NOUN
Euphoria is a feeling of intense happiness and excitement.
There was euphoria after the elections.
Definition of euphoria from the Collins English Dictionary
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