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euphoria noun

ADJ. early, initial after the initial euphoria | general

QUANT. wave The news sparked a wave of euphoria across the country.

VERB + EUPHORIA feel the euphoria we all felt when they were finally defeated

EUPHORIA + VERB evaporate, fade

PREP. ~ about All the euphoria about the ‘new methods’ soon faded. | ~ over By then, the euphoria over the fall of the Berlin Wall had evaporated.

PHRASES a feeling of euphoria, a state of euphoria