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utopism

[ yoo-tuh-piz-uhm, yoo-toh-piz- ]
/ ˈyu təˌpɪz əm, yuˈtoʊ pɪz- /
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noun (sometimes initial capital letter)
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Origin of utopism

OTHER WORDS FROM utopism

u·to·pist, nounu·to·pis·tic, adjective
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How to use utopism in a sentence

  • This may well be true, for, as we shall see, Weitling's views are mainly based upon those of the great French Utopist.

    Socialism|John Spargo
  • The Utopist, getting excited: Thank Heaven, my estimates are relieved of a hundred millions!

  • And finally, the Englishman is too practical to be a utopist.

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