euphoric
[ yoo-fawr-ik ]
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Part of Speech adjective
Origin + Etymology
Late 17th century; Greek modern Latin, from Greek, from euphoros ‘borne well, healthy’, from eu ‘well’ + pherein ‘to bear’
Synonyms
  • captivated
  • elated
  • exhilarated
  • stimulated
Antonyms
  • bored
  • calm
  • depressed
Definition
intensely happy or confident
Example
She was euphoric as she crossed the finish line of the half-marathon race.
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