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euphoric

Syllabification: eu·phor·ic
Pronunciation: /yo͞oˈfôrik
 
, yo͞oˈfärik
 
/

Definition of euphoric in English:

adjective

Characterized by or feeling intense excitement and happiness: a euphoric sense of freedom
More example sentences
  • I became filled with a sense of euphoric conversion; a new, enlightened understanding of the world.
  • It is precisely here that the viewer experiences a euphoric sense of triumph in the face of such adversity.
  • The sensation of sumptuous lips crushed against your own is every bit as euphoric as the indulgent delight of the feathery beginning.
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euphorically

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Pronunciation: /yo͞oˈfôrik(ə)lē, -ˈfär-/
adverb
Example sentences
  • Then he leans forward, his childish face alight as he repeats euphorically: ‘I am so lucky.’
  • When her neighbours euphorically celebrate the home team's win, she receives the news that her husband is missing in action on the battlefront.
  • Henry Jackson euphorically predicted he would win big in New York.

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