[ yoo-toh-pee-uh ]
/ yuˈtoʊ pi ə /
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a place in which human society, natural conditions, etc., are so ideally perfect that there is complete contentment.
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Words nearby Eutopia
eutherian, euthermic, euthymia, euthyroid, eutocia, Eutopia, eutrophic, eutrophication, eutrophy, Eutychianus, euvolemia
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How to use Eutopia in a sentence
One, named "Liddy," "a narrow-minded soul, a simple maiden from innocent Eutopia; she cannot grasp an idea."The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 2|Rupert Hughes
For Eutopia (unlike Utopia, which is really Ou-topia, or no place) is merely your own place perfected.
Professor Geddes must, however, be congratulated on a stimulating paper, and upon his discovery of Eutopia.