Definitions

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  • n. A place resembling the Disney World theme park, often typified by a corporately-designed saccharine cheerfulness.

Etymologies

From the name of Walt Disney World, a resort in Florida owned by Disney which is home to a group of theme parks. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • For those fans, the broken yeti is symbolic of what they call a Disney World management culture that puts profit growth ahead of quality.

    SplicedFeed

  • True, in later life he did give himself over to empire building with the construction of Disneyland and the planning of what became known as Disney World and EPCOT - endeavors that, it should be noted, were not without their own aesthetic components - and he became something of a cheerleader for industrial capital and a ponce for the more misguided strains of post-war anti-Communism.

    GreenCine Daily

  • MARCIANO: He is in Disney World, which is owned by ABC.

    CNN Transcript Dec 25, 2009

  • We need to call Disney World next month to make dinner reservations for the fanciest restaurants next June.

    The Wine of the Moment, Year After Year

  • Opponents of any liberalisation of Florida's gambling laws include the Chamber of Commerce and Disney World, which is Florida's tourism magnet leader.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Hotel Row faded toward shabbiness, while a new theme park called Disney World diverted millions of Florida-bound tourists upstate.

    Alanat News

  • He is 22-years-old and currently enrolled in the Professional Golfer Careers College at the Orange County National Golf Center just up the road from Disney World, which is where Branneky wants to work when he graduates.

    TheGolfChannel Headlines

  • The last 3 days were then spent touring the sites in Florida such as Disney World, Epcot, etc.

    I Have Bone to Pick With a Certain Mouse

  • She was down here from Atlanta, visiting with her own children, and we decided to take the kids to Disney World, which is where we’ve been for the past two days.

    Alice in Jeopardy

  • It's a kind of Disney World approach which looks weird from outside but which is perfectly logical inside.

    The Register

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