euphoria


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Synonyms for euphoria

Synonyms for euphoria

Synonyms for euphoria

a feeling of great (usually exaggerated) elation

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said, "Established as a leading global fragrance brand, euphoria Calvin Klein currently represents the largest fragrance business in our portfolio.
Additional safety is created by the SafeStop function, which triggers a blinking light on the digital controller as soon as a 38-deg-C temperature is reached and thanks to the thermostat technology, Euphoria Digital also features a special pause function for temporarily interrupting the water flow while shampooing.
Atmospheric and sensual, with startling images throughout, Euphoria is an intellectually stimulating tour de force.
The idea for Euphoria came about through an old friend who I reacquainted myself with when I moved back home.
Maqsood: Our favourite song from Euphoria would be Maaeri.
the pot of sunflowers in full bloom has a euphoria at the heart of each
And it's about finding the strength to look euphoria in the eye and say no, thank you.
Zhu Dake, a Chinese commentator, says Super Girl is "like a gigantic game that has swept so many people into a euphoria of voting, which is a testament to a society opening up.
A MUSLIM scout leader from Birmingham who attended the Hajj in Saudi Arabia spoke today about how euphoria turned to tragedy in a matter of seconds.
They are so fearful of the medication that they don't take enough to experience euphoria.
Pain specialists make an important distinction between patients who depend on opiates to function normally--to get out of bed, tend to household chores, and hold down jobs--and addicts who take drugs for euphoria, and whose lifestyles deteriorate as a result of taking opiates, instead of improving.
He looks behind the uncomplicated euphoria and finds, yes, politics, as if the Holy Spirit left it to the cardinals to do it their way.
Driven by the euphoria of German unification, some property developers dreamed of reviving Mies' breathtaking scheme by appointing one of his descendants.
But what happens when this euphoria ends and the media spotlight moves on to the next big story.