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euphemism the substitution of a milder, vaguer, or pleasanter word or expression for one considered to be offensive or unpleasant. [2 definitions]
euphemize to refer to by means of a euphemism. [2 definitions]
euphonic characterized by pleasant or harmonic sounds.
euphonious characterized by euphony; pleasing to the ear.
euphonium a brass wind instrument similar to a tuba but higher in pitch and mellower in tone.
euphony a pleasing, harmonious quality of sounds, esp. words.
euphorbia see "spurge."
euphoria a strong feeling of well-being or elation, sometimes unrealistic or unwarranted, and able to be induced by certain drugs.
euphoric having or exhibiting a strong feeling of well-being or elation.
euphotic of or characterizing the upper layer of a body of water that receives enough sunlight to allow the growth of green plants.
Euphrates a river that flows from eastern Turkey south to join the Tigris in a valley in which some of the most ancient civilizations developed.
Euphrates River a river that flows from eastern Turkey through Syria and Iraq. In southeastern Iraq, it joins the Tigris River and finally empties with it into the Persian Gulf.
euphuism an affected, artificial, ornate style of writing or speaking, characterized by elaborate alliteration, far-fetched figures of speech, and the like.
Eurasia Europe and Asia considered together.
Eurasian of or pertaining to Eurasia. [3 definitions]
Euratom the European Atomic Energy Community, comprised of six nations to coordinate the development and marketing of their nuclear resources.
eureka I have found it! (used to express excitement at having solved a problem or made a discovery).
eurhythmics variant of eurythmics.
Euripides a Greek dramatist (480?-406? B.C.).
euro the primary currency unit of the European Union and the sole currency, in 2022, of nineteen participating member states: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain. One euro equals one hundred cents. Some European countries that are not members of the European Union use the euro, and certain other nations are in the process of adopting the euro. [2 definitions]
Euro- European.