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Origin of Shangri-la
Example sentences from the Web for shangri-la
But Ello is not the Shangri-La of social networks that it might appear to be at first blush.
She checked into an entire 41-room floor of the Shangri-La Hotel on 23 December.
Still, many Africans see it as a Shangri-la, and the borders are porous.
First you get me drunk—only I'm not high any more—then you take me to Shangri-La.The Five Arrows|Allan Chase
British Dictionary definitions for shangri-la
Word Origin for Shangri-la
Cultural definitions for shangri-la
A fictional land of peace and perpetual youth; the setting for the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by the English author James Hilton, but probably best known from the movie versions. Shangri-La is supposedly in the mountains of Tibet.