euphoric

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Etymology[edit]

euphoria +‎ -ic

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Adjective[edit]

euphoric (comparative more euphoric, superlative most euphoric)

  1. Feeling great well-being or elation or intense happiness; characterized by euphoria
    In this moment, I am euphoric.
  2. Productive of euphoria, causing great joy
    • 1973, United States. Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse, Treatment and rehabilitation, page 31:
      Heroin is the most euphoric drug in use today.
    • 1989, Stanley Morgan, Raven, →ISBN:
      Lin gathered herself, took a moment to rehearse the words in her mind, contacted the L.A. number, and delivered her euphoric news to her agent in person


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Noun[edit]

euphoric (plural euphorics)

  1. A drug that causes euphoria; a euphoriant.

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