Definition of Euphorically

1. Adverb. In a euphoric manner. ¹



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Definition of Euphorically

1. [adv]

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Literary usage of Euphorically

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The New Detente: Rethinking East-West Relations by Mary Kaldor, Gerard Holden, Richard A. Falk (1989)
"These achievements can be evaluated euphorically or with more reservation. However, even if one makes a more modest estimation, it is important not to ..."

2. India and the United States: Estranged Democracies, 1941-1991 by Dennis Kux (1994)
"Ending with a patriotic flourish, Johnson cabled euphorically, "Both Nehru and Cripps have expressed their appreciation for the revival of negotiations. ..."

3. The Modern Treatment of Nervous and Mental Diseases by William Alanson White, Smith Ely Jelliffe (1913)
"While their emotional mood shows great variability, patients are often euphorically good-humored while relating their fanciful tales. ..."

4. Against the Wind: Eberhard Arnold and the Bruderhof by Markus Baum (1998)
"How much warping of heart and mind had he already undergone, perhaps while studying philosophy, that he could so euphorically acclaim what was ..."

5. Puerto Rico by Kurt Pitzer, Tara Stevens (2001)
"It may be unsurprising, then, that when US soldiers arrived on the south coast in 1898, Ponce officials euphorically presented them with keys to the city. ..."

6. The New Detente: Rethinking East-West Relations by Mary Kaldor, Gerard Holden, Richard A. Falk (1989)
"These achievements can be evaluated euphorically or with more reservation. However, even if one makes a more modest estimation, it is important not to ..."

7. India and the United States: Estranged Democracies, 1941-1991 by Dennis Kux (1994)
"Ending with a patriotic flourish, Johnson cabled euphorically, "Both Nehru and Cripps have expressed their appreciation for the revival of negotiations. ..."

8. The Modern Treatment of Nervous and Mental Diseases by William Alanson White, Smith Ely Jelliffe (1913)
"While their emotional mood shows great variability, patients are often euphorically good-humored while relating their fanciful tales. ..."

9. Against the Wind: Eberhard Arnold and the Bruderhof by Markus Baum (1998)
"How much warping of heart and mind had he already undergone, perhaps while studying philosophy, that he could so euphorically acclaim what was ..."

10. Puerto Rico by Kurt Pitzer, Tara Stevens (2001)
"It may be unsurprising, then, that when US soldiers arrived on the south coast in 1898, Ponce officials euphorically presented them with keys to the city. ..."

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