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euphoria (s) (noun), euphorias (pl)
1. A physician's term for the quality of feeling healthy and comfortable; especially, when sick: The relief and euphoria that Sandra felt following her successful operation was noticed by her parents when they came to visit her.

Euphoria can be detected in patients who have an affliction of hyperactivity or also of abnormal conditions of mood connected with other physical disorders.

2. A state of great happiness or well-being: Sam's grandmother was in a state of euphoria when her grandchildren finally came to visit her from Germany.
3. Etymology: from Greek, from euphoros; literally, "bearing well," from eu-, "well" + pherein, "to carry".
A feeling of enjoyment and pleasure.
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(Greek: upper air, purer air [alcohol and sufuric acid]; in scientific terminology, "volatile, clean-smelling, euphoria-producing liquid composed of alcohol and sufuric acid")
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Intaxication: euphoria at getting a refund from the IRS, which lasts until you realize it was your money to start with.