Meaning of fantasy land in English:

fantasy land

Pronunciation /ˈfantəsɪˌ land/


mass noun
  • A place that is unreal or imaginary or that excites wonder.

    ‘I live in the real world, not fantasy land’
    • ‘you step out of the realm of reality and enter a fantasy land’
    • ‘living in a fantasy land of endless prosperity and happiness’
    • ‘the restaurant is famous for its fantasy-land decor of twinkling lights and glitzy mirrors’
    • ‘Hollywood is living in some sort of fantasy land.’
    • ‘Sometimes England feels like a big country, squeezed into a tiny, Alice in Wonderland, miniature, fantasy land.’
    • ‘Our helicopters land on what seems an elaborate garden fantasyland.’
    • ‘I'm not going to promise you a fantasy land.’
    • ‘Mr O'Sullivan said we are living in fantasy land.’
    • ‘Soon, your child will be happily dreaming in fantasy land.’
    • ‘He called them a "bunch of whiners" living in a "fantasy land."’
    • ‘I managed to get a short clip of the fantasy land twirls at the end.’
    • ‘I'm also not living in some fantasy land of dating Dan.’
    • ‘Ken Shirley, who was somehow in his fantasy land, started talking about taniwha.’
    • ‘Selene let her mind wander once more into fantasy-land for a little bit too long.’
    • ‘I lived in a fantasyland for 12 years playing professional baseball.’
    • ‘On a $70 share price, our fantasyland profit of $1.80 a share works out to a yield of 2.6 %.’
    • ‘The French might be retreating to economic fantasy land, deluding themselves they could enjoy a 35-hour week without sacrificing living standards.’
    • ‘No, fantasy land is not the real middle ages.’
    • ‘Fantasyland in the centre of the Disneyland Park contains the Sleeping Beauty's Castle.’
    • ‘In other words, they seem to be living in a dangerous fantasy land.’
    • ‘It is an artist's rendering of some space-age fantasy land of the future.’
    • ‘Most commentators, including Bashir, noticed the personal elements in this regressive fantasy land.’
    • ‘He thus makes something that might otherwise be a forgettable eyesore a fantasyland of beautiful poignancy.’