[ al-is-in-wuhn-der-land ]
/ ˈæl ɪs ɪnˈwʌn dərˌlænd /
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resembling a dream or fantasy; unreal: an Alice-in-Wonderland world of incompleted projects and wishful thinking.
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Origin of Alice-in-Wonderland
First recorded in 1920–25
Words nearby Alice-in-Wonderland
alible, Alicante, Alice, Alice band, Alice blue, Alice-in-Wonderland, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Alice Springs, Alicia, Alick, lick and a promise, a
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How to use Alice-in-Wonderland in a sentence
The rest of the morning seemed a comical Alice-in-Wonderland repetition of the day of arrival.Tom and Some Other Girls|Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
British Dictionary definitions for Alice-in-Wonderland
Word Origin for Alice-in-Wonderland
C20: alluding to the absurdities of Wonderland in Lewis Carroll's book
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