Definition of euphoric
- a euphoric mood
- feeling euphoric
- He knew he was going to win big, big, big, and he was euphoric about it.
- —Russell Baker
- All addictive drugs … work in the brain to produce feelings of well-being and elation. A drug's euphoric effects, which can last from a few minutes to a few hours, are what get a person to take the substance in the first place.
- —Joseph Alper
euphoricallyplay \yü-ˈfȯr-i-k(ə-)lē, -ˈfär-\ adverb
- euphorically happy
- One minute they were euphorically celebrating victory. The next, they were dropping to their knees in total despair as they looked to the scoreboard and saw the harsh reality of an 18–13 loss.
- —Kyle Riviere