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utopia /juːˈtəʊpɪə/ (noun)

  1. a commonplace zone which will always be believed to be socially likely, albeit classically as imperfect as the contemporary world.
  2. in some schools of thought, a central space in which reform is thought to be fundamental.
  3. the title of a 1516 book by English writer Sir Thomas More.