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Noun
/yo͞oˈfôrēə/,
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A feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness,
  1. A feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness
    • - the euphoria of success will fuel your desire to continue training

  1. a feeling of great (usually exaggerated) elation
  2. Euphoria is medically recognized as a mental/emotional state defined as a profound sense of well-being. Technically, euphoria is an affect, but the term is often colloquially used to define emotion as an intense state of happiness combined with an overwhelming sense of contentment. ...
  3. Euphoria was a short-lived band from 1968 to 1969, consisting of Roger Penney,on electric autoharp, Wendy Penney,on Bass guitar, Tom Pacheco,on Acoustic Guitar, and Sharon Alexander. Roger and Wendy were a folk duo performing in Greenwich Village, using the names Roger Becket and Wendy Becket. ...
  4. Euphoria was a popular Australian Pop/Dance music trio from the early 1990s based in Sydney, NSW. The group was founded by producer Andrew Klippel (son of visual artist Robert Klippel) and featured the vocals of Keren Minshull and Holly Garnett. Model Jodhi Meares joined after Garnett left.
  5. Euphoria is a genus of New World scarab beetles in the subfamily Cetoniinae, the flower chafers. It is estimated that there are 20-29 species of the genus Euphoria in North America. These beetles are diurnal, and visit flowers to obtain pollen and/or nectar. ...
  6. Euphoria is a series of dance music compilations that debuted on the Telstar Records label in early 1999. During the first year, Euphoria focused primarily on Trance music until mid-2000 when Euphoria release the first Chill-out album in the series and the first Hard House album in late 2000. ...
  7. Euphoria is the second studio album by Swedish psychedelic rock band Dead Man, released on March 31, 2008 by Crusher Records and Meteor City. The album received good reviews by Spin and Metal Review to name a few.
  8. Euphoria is the seventh studio album by British hard rock band Def Leppard, released in 1999. The album marked a return to their signature sound made famous by the band in the 1980s. It was produced by the band with Pete Woodroffe. ...
  9. Euphoria is the second release by Echo Screen.
  10. Euphoria is the ninth studio album, and first bilingual album, by Spanish pop singer-songwriter Enrique Iglesias. The album is a joint-release by Universal Republic and Universal Music Latino and was released on July 5, 2010 internationally and in the US on July 6, 2010. ...
  11. Euphoria (Эйфория) is a 2006 Russian drama/romance film directed by Siberian dramatist and director Ivan Vyrypayev, most recently acclaimed as a co-screenwriter of Bumer 2. ...
  12. Euphoria (युफ़ोरिया), is an Indian rock band from the city of Delhi, India. Their unique style has helped them gain an audience, seen as alternative to the dominant Indian film or classical music. Euphoria were among the first to bring rock culture to India. ...
  13. (EUPHORIC) produces elated sensations.
  14. (euphoric) (n) an agent that improves mood or increases feelings of well-being
  15. Intense pleasure. Drug-induced euphoria is a "rush" or pleasurable feeling. It is caused by the release of the neurotransmitter, dopamine, within the brain reward system.
  16. A feeling of particular physical and mental well being.
  17. An abnormal sensation of well-being present even in the presence of distressing circumstances.
  18. A sense of extreme well-being and optimism, the absence of pain or stress which might be exaggerated in psychiatric cases.
  19. A feeling of being on a 'high'. This is a common symptom of the manic phase of a bipolar depression.
  20. Euphoria is a state of being wherein people rapidly enter a hyperaware state. Moreover there are three types of euphoria, [1] mind oriented euphoria, [2] body oriented euphoria, and [3] mind body balanced euphoria.
  21. The use of an event that generates euphoria or happiness in lieu of spreading more sadness, or using a good event to try to cover up another, or creating a celebratory event in the hopes of boosting morale.
  22. In mood or psychotic disorders, a pathological state of elation unrelated or barely related to outside events that would justify the feeling of extreme joy.
  23. An exaggerated unrealistic sense of well-being.
  24. A feeling of elation brought on from drinking fantastic wine (particularly Champagne).
  25. A feeling of elation, which is great unless it becomes exaggerated, as it sometimes does with the onset of hypomania or mania.