|Main Entry:||hedonic treadmill|
|Part of Speech:||n|
|Definition:||the theory that humans continually adapt to bad and good circumstances and return to relative neutrality|
|Example:||Lottery winners are the perfect example of the hedonic treadmill: within a year, they usually return to their former happiness level.|
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