Examples of nirvana in a Sentence
the spa experience was a week of pure nirvana
the popular fantasy that life as a beachcomber in the South Pacific would be never-ending nirvana
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More important than the specifics—which are a big improvement for France but fall far short of libertarian nirvana—is the way Mr. Macron talks about his program.
Now, Europe in the 1600s wasn't some libertarian nirvana.
Now, Europe in the 1600s wasn’t some libertarian nirvana.
The finale aims for a kind of nirvana-like state that feels unearned, mainly because the meaning of the increasingly surreal events in the film’s second half remains quite oblique.
Mexican-style chorizo sausage elevates these beauties to next level taco nirvana.
This is one of the sweet spots where—as anyone who has done repetitive manual labor understands—the single-minded focus, concentration, and hard physical work combine to form a sort of temporary nirvana.
Not that this little slice of natural nirvana doesn’t warrant tourists—Madagascar has 11,000 endemic plant species and rare (and incredibly endangered) animals like lemurs.
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Synonymsforgetfulness, oblivion, obliviousness
Antonymsanti-utopia, dystopia, hell
Related Wordsignorance, incognizance, innocence, insensibility, nescience, unawareness, unconsciousness, unfamiliarity; amnesia, blindness; absentmindedness, absorption, abstraction, inattention, inattentiveness, preoccupation
Near Antonymsmemory, recall, recollection, remembrance; alertness, awareness, cognizance, consciousness
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