euphoric[ yoo-fawr-ik, -for- ]SEE DEFINITION OF euphoric
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EUPHORIC
"He's euphoric," Paula said again, but her face was stricken.
The expression was finally used in earnest, and, by euphoric changes, reached its present shape.
Both wore street jackets and both men had the unmistakable air of euphoric calm that came within seconds of Alcorn's approach.