Last modified on 15 October 2014, at 02:34

utopian

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EtymologyEdit

From Utopia, a term coined by Sir Thomas More in his work of the same title, from Ancient Greek οὐ (ou, not, no) + τόπος (tópos, place).

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utopian (comparative more utopian, superlative most utopian)

  1. Ideal but often impractical; visionary.
    a utopian project
  2. of or pertaining to or resembling a utopia
    utopian happiness

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NounEdit

utopian (plural utopians)

  1. Someone who supports or heralds the establishment of a utopia
    • 2007 June 29, Michiko Kakutani, “The Cult of the Amateur”, New York Times:
      Digital utopians have heralded the dawn of an era in which Web 2.0 [] ushers in the democratization of the world: more information, more perspectives, more opinions, more everything, and most of it without filters or fees.

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utopian

  1. Genitive singular form of utopia.

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