head rush

noun
plural head rushes

Definition of head rush 

informal : a sudden lightheaded or dizzy feeling Instead, Mom sticks her head in. "You have a guest," she says, beaming. I sit up so quickly I get a head rush. —Wendy Mass also : a sudden feeling of intense pleasure or euphoria You've got a head rush you're so excited and started drafting your acceptance speech for the trophy ceremony … —Sara Musgrove

First Known Use of head rush

1977, in the meaning defined above

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