euphoria


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Synonyms for euphoria

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a feeling of great (usually exaggerated) elation

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They probably are not capable of experiencing euphoria.
Problem is--as the brave men in our cover story learned--the cost of temporary euphoria may be permanent.
Instead of the euphoria nature provides to ease our dying, we must be subjected to force-feeding, a form of torture.
One reason why these risks have been less appreciated so tar might be called "WTO euphoria": China's entry to the World Trade Organization last December has brought real improvements to the business environment but also hype based on promises and vague hopes.
The commonly experienced euphoria known to distance runners is undoubtedly a more complex confluence of variables--neurochemical, psychosocial, and biological-but these findings may be part of the explanation.
Advertising agencies fell victim to the tech boom by allowing the euphoria of a client surplus to overshadow prudent client vetting, says Mark DiMassimo, CEO of DiMassimo Brand Advertising in New York.
Tremonti said he was "reluctant to walk down this path of euphoria, which is full of primates waving banners, faith healers, shamans, miracle-makers and bankers."
I've teamed up with the generous people who brought you top dance CD Total Euphoria - mixed by Radio 1 heavyweight DJ DAVE PEARCE - to offer this super prize for Hot People readers.
When the tablet is altered, such as by crushing, the antagonist is released, blocking the opioid effects, such as euphoria, and potentially causing some symptoms of withdrawal.
The titles are Mad Lib formulaic: Optimal setting for atmospheric conditions that can induce ___ in the male (the blank is filled in with words describing a variety of conditions, such as melancholia, euphoria, rapture, and so on).
And he is warning Rover workers that the euphoria created by John Towers' life-line cannot last forever.
Far from collective fragmentation, Rosas's beautiful Drumming, by choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, is quintessential ensemble euphoria [see Springdance, Dance Magazine, August, page 87].
We seldom show the naked euphoria (or despair) over such `serious' issues as politics, our jobs or our families that we do when our team scores (or concedes) a goal.
* Notice should be taken of the fact that, despite the euphoria created and encouraged after the tests, many a sane individual and institution have opposed the tests and have been doing so at the cost of being branded unpatriotic, and that this euphoria is dying down now.
Displays of anger, hostility, depression, apathy, and euphoria represent various expressions of mood.