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Similar words: utopianmyopiatopicgo to piecespianoatopstoptop upMeaning: [juː'təʊpjə]  n. 1. a book written by Sir Thomas More (1516) describing the perfect society on an imaginary island 2. ideally perfect state; especially in its social and political and moral aspects 3. a work of fiction describing a utopia 4. an imaginary place considered to be perfect or ideal. 
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1, We weren't out to design a contemporary utopia.
2, His Utopia is not a chimerical commonwealth but a practical improvement on what already exists.
3, A: Yes, Darcy's Utopia will be a secular society.
4, I hope the inhabitants enjoy it as much, Utopia.
5, In Darcy's Utopia you will not see the eyes of the child dulling, the brow furrowing, as puberty arrives.
6, But the Utopia of machine-independence may not ultimately appear on the custodial atlas of the future.
7, In Darcy's Utopia church services of various denominations will exist, and blind eyes will no doubt be turned.
8, Our belief in a Communist utopia had nothing to do with reality.
9, However, before the dawning of this utopia,( certain changes must occur.
10, But no Utopia is perfect, and this one had two blemishes.
11, To hir, the grandiose promises of Utopia emblazoned across the screen were not only unconvincing but nauseating.
12, Q: Are you telling me that Darcy's Utopia will be a secular society?
13, In Darcy's Utopia we will make do with listening to the radio.
14, To outsiders, it seemed to be a mountaintop utopia, high above the troubles of the Great Depression.
15, As in Darcy's Utopia, in the future we aspire to.
16, The promise of utopia has attracted the attentions of both charlatans and serious scientists.
17, Rather than paradise for the few, utopia is a perfect society for the many.
18, In Darcy's Utopia it will be as normal to practise elocution as to brush your teeth.
19, This utopia won't be sprouting up any time soon, so Doguzhieva believes survival requires a sense of humor.
20, But the flipside of utopia, dystopia, has also been a fertile undercurrent of modernity.
21, In Darcy's Utopia there will be elections, but people will be expected merely to vote for people they personally like.
22, The vague hankering for a pre-industrial utopia is the politics of sixth-form common rooms, not the real world.
23, So, intellectually unfashionable but undaunted, the idea of Utopia abandoned the world altogether and was launched into space.
24, She was entering the masses with the phantom of a future Utopia.
25, Sir Thomas More is remembered today as the author of Utopia.
26, Show him you are sensitive to his needs with a gift certificate to that utopia of contraptions, Sharper Image.
27, The new novel usually starts from where one is, seldom from a vision of a lost world or future utopia.
28, A: Chance and luck will be a factor in Darcy's Utopia, as elsewhere.
29, And in fact, the isolation and weakness of the radical milieu put a premium upon commitment to an unqualified Utopia.
30, Marxism's vision of socialism was much more congenial to the intelligentsia than that of a peasant-based utopia.
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