Definition of "wonderland" [won•der•land]

  • A marvelous imaginary realm. (noun)
  • A marvelous real place or scene. (noun)

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Use "wonderland" in a sentence
  • "On the other hand, the success of Alice in wonderland shows that America loves flamboyantly dressed, sexually ambiguous male protagonists."
  • "Alice in wonderland, man what ever drugs Disney was on when they made this movie must of been pretty strong."
  • "I had no idea Alice in wonderland had opened and taken all of the imax slots."