[ US /juˈtoʊpiən/ ]
[ UK /juːtˈə‍ʊpi‍ən/ ]
  1. an idealistic (but usually impractical) social reformer
    a Utopian believes in the ultimate perfectibility of man
  1. of or pertaining to or resembling a utopia
    a Utopian novel
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How To Use Utopian In A Sentence

  • But to Mr. Robin there is no actually existing Burkeanism anywhere, making those who cite the ideal of a reasonable, pragmatic, nonreactionary conservatism guilty of the kind of utopianism the left is more commonly faulted for. NYT > Home Page
  • Let me emphasise the point that the establishment of such a society is not some kind of utopian dream.
  • The criticism of our time ... is indissociable from an investigation and experience of its transcendental field (s), of the (impersonal) tendencies and haecceities which traverse it, as well as the potentialities, utopian ones perhaps, with which our present can be composed. The Skeptic's Field Guide
  • He rued that they were hijacking his Utopian concepts to unleash "a free-for-all fucking epidemic".
  • Ordinary politics adds to these familiar ideals a further one that has no distinct place in utopian axiomatic theory.
  • As ever, the utopians and cynics have both jumped into the fray.
  • Venice as a city has seemed irrelevant, a storied artifact of a Romantic past that serves merely as a decorous backdrop for an event geared toward utopian futures.
  • As Hewitt has suggested, feminist utopianism, like symbolic interactionism, seeks to create new conceptual spaces in which radically different ways of being can be imagined and in which different distributions of power, including sexual power, can be conceived (Contemporary 17-21). Feminist Utopianism and Female Sexuality in Joanna Baillie’s Comedies
  • Digital technology comes to us heralded by a great deal of utopian ballyhoo, but in some surprising ways it discourages creativity.
  • He proposes that we read the novel's valorization of failure as its way of preserving the possibility of a utopian future.
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