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Utopia, utopia (yoo TOH pee uh) (s) (noun); Utopias, utopias (pl)
1. An ideal and perfect location where everyone lives in harmony and everything is functioning for an ideal life: In his academic essay, an author described Utopia as a program to reform and to make the political situation in his country wonderful and a pleasure for everyone.

Living in Hawaii from now on is Melba's idea of Utopia.

2. Etymology: from Modern Latin Utopia, literally, "nowhere"; coined by Thomas More (and used as title of his book, 1516, about an imaginary island enjoying perfect legal, social, and political systems, from Greek ou, "not" + topos, "place".

It was extended to "any perfect place" in 1613.

A place of ideal perfection.
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A nonexistent place of ideal perfection. (1)