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[fan-tuh-see-land, -zee-] /ˈfæn tə siˌlænd, -zi-/
a place or circumstance existing only in the imagination or as an ideal; dream world.
an amusement park whose attractions are based on a theme, as fairy tales or exotic locales; theme park.
Origin of fantasyland
First recorded in 1965-70; fantasy + land Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • That business with Death Waits and the new fantasyland and the ride—what did it matter now?

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  • What we were talking about was the utilization numbers from fantasyland.

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  • He cleared the castle and stood for a moment at the brink of fantasyland.

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  • Death Waits had been his Judas goat for the fantasyland goth makeover.

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  • Now she was under the castle and headed for what her map assured her was fantasyland.

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  • fantasyland was like an ugly scar on the blemish-free face of a Barbie doll.

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  • I stopped in front of the backup terminal in the gateway between Liberty Square and fantasyland.

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