Alice-in-Wonderland


Al·ice–in–Won·der·land

adjective \ˈa-lə-sən-ˈwən-dər-ˌland\

Definition of ALICE-IN-WONDERLAND

:  suitable to a world of fantasy or illusion :  unreal

Origin of ALICE-IN-WONDERLAND

from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) by Lewis Carroll
First Known Use: 1925

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