To be in a state of intense happiness or wellbeing.
After holding his new born baby for the first time, Dr. John was filled with euphoria.
Chang was flooded with euphoria, when he was awarded as the best chef at the food festival.
The drug addict can’t give up drugs as they produce an intense feeling of euphoria.
Lisa was euphoric when she graduated from the university with a distinction, as it was least expected by her.
There was a burst of euphoria among the kids, when Peter surprised them by promising an overseas holiday this summer.
There was a sudden euphoria among the family members, when they saw Monica walk on her own feet after recovering from the accident.
Samanta was in a state of euphoria when the aircraft took off, as she had never experienced flying before.
After grabbing the prestigious project, the moment was euphoric, and everyone in the office expressed their joy by jumping in the air.
Johnny couldn’t control his euphoria when he won the lottery.
After being elected as the next COO of the company, Thomas was euphoric and called for a big celebration.