futurama

noun fu·tu·rama \ ˌfyüchəˈramə , -rämə \

Definition of futurama

plural -s
: a preview of something that is not yet a reality : indication of potential
  • a model, a full-scale futurama of what a democratic city should be
  • —Alden Stevens

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Origin and Etymology of futurama

from Futurama, an exhibit at the New York World's Fair (1939–40)


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