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synonyms for euphoric

  • delightful
  • elated
  • happy
  • joyful
  • rapturous
  • dreamy
  • enchanted
  • heavenly
  • joyous
  • beatific
  • cool
  • crazy
  • delighted
  • ecstatic
  • elated
  • enraptured
  • floating
  • flying
  • gone
  • in ecstasy
  • in seventh heaven
  • in the twilight zone
  • joyful
  • mad
  • on cloud nine
  • rapturous
  • sent
  • turned-on

antonyms for euphoric

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  • dark
  • demonic
  • devilish
  • miserable
  • sorrowful
  • unhappy
    • apathetic
    • depressed
    • down
    • indifferent
    • not happy
    • reasonable
    • sad
    • sorrowful
    • unenthusiastic
    • unexcited
    • unhappy
    • despairing
    • tormented
    • troubled
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        How to use euphoric in a sentence

        Both wore street jackets and both men had the unmistakable air of euphoric calm that came within seconds of Alcorn's approach.
        ASSIGNMENT'S ENDROGER DEE
        The expression was finally used in earnest, and, by euphoric changes, reached its present shape.
        PUNCHINELLO, VOLUME 2, NO. 37, DECEMBER 10, 1870VARIOUS
        Using subliminal verbal stimuli in his tickler, a man can be given constant supportive euphoric therapy 24 hours a day!
        THE CREATURE FROM CLEVELAND DEPTHSFRITZ REUTER LEIBER
        "He's euphoric," Paula said again, but her face was stricken.
        THE STARS, MY BROTHERSEDMOND HAMILTON
        SYNONYM OF THE DAY
        OCTOBER 26, 1985
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        WORDS RELATED TO EUPHORIC

        • delightful
        • elated
        • euphoric
        • happy
        • joyful
        • rapturous
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