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While Dow 30,000 is a symbolic moment for the stock market, it is simply a continuation of the market’s euphoria after the pre-election selloff.

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In medicine, the word narcotic refers to a drug that reduces pain, makes someone sleepy and gives them a feeling of euphoria.

Despite the euphoria I felt from being honest with them, I kept my identity close to my chest.

After the initial euphoria of skipping smog-filled traffic jams and cramped train compartments, a new reality has dawned in which the work day blends into the rest of life, like a never-ending video conference call.

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Deutsche Bank analyst Emmanuel Rosner notes that with the stock market’s euphoria over other EV makers like Tesla, GM’s shares could hit $93 if the company spins off a stake in its EV business on the stock market.

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“She was tireless and often seemed in a state of euphoria,” Pausini told police, according to the documents.

But her euphoria evaporates when she realizes he is simply trying to pretend she is a man.

“I feel absolutely clean inside, and there is nothing but pure euphoria,” wrote Shulgin in his journals.

Then, the post-euphoria realization: “I need to get to the gym.”

In the years since, it has become harder to maintain the euphoria of those early months of the Arab uprisings.

Everyone roughly within a radius of fifty feet—I've checked the limit a thousand times—immediately feels a sort of euphoria.

I felt the great fear-loneliness in the other Marl begin to recede and in its place came an almost overpowering euphoria.

There is no metaphysical hair-splitting in An Enemy of the People, nor sentimental talk about euphoria and going happily to death.

It was against the law for dozy-pills to produce a sensation of euphoria, of well-being.

Her hesitant voice was music, rousing in Farrell a warm and expectant euphoria that glowed like old wine in his veins.


On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to euphoria, such as: elation, exhilaration, frenzy, glee, joy, and jubilation.

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