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A feeling of great happiness or well-being.

[New Latin, from Greek, from euphoros, healthy : eu-, eu- + pherein, to bear; see bher- in Indo-European roots.]

eu·phor′ic (-fôr′ĭk, -fŏr′-) adj.
eu·phor′i·cal·ly adv.


in a euphoric manner


[juːˈfɒrɪklɪ] adveuforicamente
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But that did not stop opposition supporters from euphorically singing and dancing in the streets.
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This track makes you feel euphorically happy despite its lyrical darkness.
Just ask Stan, who euphorically comes down the stairs, after "taking care'' of her, wearing only boxer shorts, tattooed with lipstick kisses.
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Amir Kassaei, Global Chief Creative Officer of DDB and this year's Film Lions Jury President, punching the air euphorically at his desk.
Following the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall, the USSR collapse and the Gulf War blitzkrieg in 1991, we euphorically anticipated an uninterrupted continuation of the American Century into the new one.
However, presenting his views on Ukraine, Mikhail Pogrebinsky, Director of the Kyiv Centre for Political and Conflict Studies argued that "Ukraine does not view the programme euphorically, nor would signing the Association Agreement with the EU resolve Ukraine's problems.
But while Wigan's travelling fans celebrated euphorically, there were no champagne corks popping for the players.