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Intensity MattersPlay
Use 'euphoric' for feelings stronger than just being happy or pleased; it's a powerful emotion. SlideWinning the lottery left her feeling absolutely euphoric.
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Not Just HappyPlay
'Euphoric' often implies a surprising or unexpected intense happiness, more than usual contentment. SlideShe was euphoric when she found her long-lost wedding ring.
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Brief BlissPlay
Euphoria can be fleeting; use 'euphoric' for a high level of happiness that might be momentary. SlideHe experienced a euphoric rush when his name was called as the winner.