Definition of Euphoriants
1. euphoriant [n] - See also: euphoriant
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Literary usage of Euphoriants
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Schools Without Drugs: What Works (1992)
"Many of the so-called designer drugs are related to amphetamines and have mild stimulant properties but are mostly euphoriants. They can produce severe ..."
2. Critical and Miscellaneous Essays: Collected and Republished by Thomas Carlyle (1890)
"... pichs up euphoriants Coat, Mantle and Lyre from the ground, comes forward into the Proscenium, holds these Remains aloft, and says : Well, fairly found ..."
3. The Roman Poets of the Republic by William Young Sellar (1889)
"1) and as hi cantores euphoriants (Tusc. III. 45). Their ars seemed to Cicero almost incompatible with the ingenium of the old school. ..."