Antonyms for hangover

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The Omans do altogether too good a job on them and there's no such thing as a hangover.

Hangover or no hangover, Malone told himself grimly, there was work to be done.

When he had awakened, it had been with the euphoria all gone and with his present hangover.

You've worked off the kwil and now you're in the hangover period.

Naturally, hangover or no, Johnny had reported for work first.

For a moment his hangover dominated, but then it all came back.

With the disgust and despair of the hangover, the agent's biting attack on his pride and his state, Aron listened.

Korsakov, eyes still bloodshot from his hangover, took the message out of the scanner and stared at it.

"Don't forget to remind me to take a hangover pill before I go to work in the morning," he told Ciel.

Those kings made decisions, most of the time, on whether or not they had a hangover, or what some court favorite thought.

WORD ORIGIN

also hang-over, 1894, "a survival, a thing left over from before," from hang (v.) + over. Meaning "after-effect of drinking too much" is first attested 1904, on notion of something left over from the night before.

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