utopia

Part of speech: noun

An imaginary island, the seat of an ideally perfect life; any state of ideal perfection.

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Usage examples "utopia":

  1. It would be a most preternatural child or a most singularly constituted adult who could read Utopia or Oceana, or even Cyrano's Voyages, " for the story" and enjoy them hugely. - "The English Novel", George Saintsbury.
  2. His famous prose romance, The Utopia, embodies many of his philosophical views. - "A Brief Handbook of English Authors", Oscar Fay Adams.
  3. If there were any Utopia its inhabitants would certainly be very insipid and characterless. - "What Social Classes Owe to Each Other", William Graham Sumner.