To be euphoric is to be carried away with amazingly good feelings. The euphoric feeling of having won the lottery ended quickly when you saw your pet ferret chewing up your lottery ticket.

When someone's euphoric, they're so happy that they might have lost touch with reality for the moment. This “too good to be true” quality is one reason some drug-induced states get described as euphoric. In fact, euphoria, which euphoric stems from, originally meant a feeling of wellness caused in the sick by the use of drugs.

Definitions of euphoric
  1. adjective
    characterized by an exaggerated feeling of well-being or elation
    elated, giddy
    exultantly proud and joyful; in high spirits
    tending to produce euphoria
    marked by exaggerated feelings of euphoria and delusions of grandeur
    enjoying or showing or marked by joy or pleasure
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    distressed, dysphoric, unhappy
    generalized feeling of distress
    affected or marked by low spirits
    experiencing or marked by or causing sadness or sorrow or discontent
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