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wonderland

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EtymologyEdit

From wonder +‎ land. 1790 J. Wolcot Compl. Epist. to Bruce 332, in Wks. (1812) II. 368 Where other trav'lers, fraught with terror, roam, Lo! Bruce in Wonder-land is quite at home.

NounEdit

wonderland (plural wonderlands)

  1. An imaginary or real place full of wonder or marvels.

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