- From hyper- + -thymia. (Wiktionary)
“Could Thassa somehow be gifted in this sense, or does she perhaps "suffer" from a rare condition known as hyperthymia”
“In "Generosity," which centers on the search for a happiness gene, a writing professor discovers that one of his students has hyperthymia, a rare trait that generates euphoria.”
“This resilience, I believe, grew out of his personality, which is a fine case example of hyperthymia.”
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sickness (preferably of the brain)
Well, it's not all bad. But too much is.
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