American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A place conjured up by the imagination, often populated by bizarre inhabitants: a fictional fantasyland teeming with unicorns and elves.
- n. Alternative form of fantasy land.
“They act like they're permanent residents of a unicorn ranch in fantasyland if they really think they're gonna be able to turn it around with the liberal policies they have to continue, and you know, it's pixie dust.”
“Who needs to finalize legislation and have all aspects, references, rules considered when you can just allude to legislation and rules that only exist in fantasyland?”
“These nut jobs want to live in fantasyland, where nobody works for anything and yet have everything.”
“Once again, 'Conservatives', which has come to mean, 'living in fantasyland', will fail to see their utter hypocrisy.”
“I've been to the PUMA site and it is the same dozen or so people who are in fantasyland making comments about how they can sabatoge the election so Hillary can run in 2012.”
“You would think you all had had enough of rigid and reflexive stupidity the past seven years and ‘solutions’ that work great in fantasyland (“The war will pay for itself!” and “We will be greeted as liberators!”), and would appreciate someone being, well, sensible.”
“Glad you've enjoyed your stint in fantasyland, my friend, but it's time to take a step into the real world.”
“These criminal bushbots have been in fantasyland for near on to four years now.”
“The times they are a changin’ … it’s too bad so many live in fantasyland to even notice.”
“As long as the CBO is given credibility, we will be debating in fantasyland.”
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