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euphoretic

 [u″fo-ret´ik]
1. producing euphoria.
2. an agent that so acts.
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eu·pho·ri·ant

(yū-fōr'ē-ant),
1. An agent with the capability to produce a sense of well-being.
2. Generally an agent having the capability to produce euphoria.
Synonym(s): euphoretic
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euphoriant

(yo͞o-fôr′ē-ənt)
n.
A drug that tends to produce euphoria.

eu·pho′ri·ant adj.
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eu·pho·ri·ant

(yū-fōr'ē-ănt)
1. Having the capability to produce a sense of well-being.
2. An agent with such a capability.
Synonym(s): euphoretic.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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