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Sentence count:76+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-01Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: euphorySimilar words: metaphoricallyphosphorescenteuphemismmetaphorhorizonauthorityauthorizememorialMeaning: [juː'fɔːrɪə]  n. a feeling of great (usually exaggerated) elation. 
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1 I was in a state of euphoria all day.
2 Euphoria soon gave way to despair.
3 The news sparked a wave of euphoria across the country.
4 His initial surge of euphoria was quickly followed by dismay.
5 The government's current euphoria over the exchange rate is unlikely to last.
6 They were carried along on a tide of euphoria.
7 There was euphoria after the elections.
8 All the euphoria about the "new methods" soon faded.
9 The euphoria is giving way to a more sober assessment of the situation.
10 By then, the euphoria over the fall of the Berlin Wall had evaporated.
11 They were in a state of euphoria after the baby was born.
12 They were in a state of euphoria for days after they won the prize.
13 She was still in a state of euphoria hours after her victory.
14 Manic-depression also includes feelings of euphoria and/or agitation.
15 We were just bowled over by Expo euphoria.
16 He was a beaming, powerful case of euphoria.
17 There was much euphoria among trade unionists.
18 Produces a relaxed euphoria and is highly addictive.
19 Indeed, a euphoria seems to reign among those directly involved in the organisation of Expo.
20 Post-war euphoria, when the Big House ransacked its rose-garden and all the village wore roses.
21 It is a very short leap from euphoria to despair and back again.
22 The euphoria that new parents feel quickly changes to exhaustion.
23 Company bosses have come back down to earth with a bump after a period of post-election euphoria.
24 There was a general atmosphere of pessimism after the euphoria of last year.
25 With the fall of the Bastille in 1789 ,(www.Sentencedict.com) a wave of euphoria swept over Europe.
26 The groups were put in contexts suggestive in one case of euphoria, in the other of anger.
27 And most, in their macroeconomic management, lurched between unjustified fears of recession and unwarranted euphoria about growth.
28 This March, maybe more than ever, we need the euphoria and emotion of the conference and NCAA tournaments.
29 Foreign investment too may dry up, as the initial post-unification euphoria fades.
30 The more charity events celebrities do, the greater the euphoria they experience.
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