possessing or regarded as having impossibly or extravagantly ideal conditions in respect of politics, customs, social organization, etc.
The present may seem Utopian to you.
Entropy Effect v. 124
The reality was hardly a utopian dream.
Lost Years xv.296
1991 Locus Sept. 35/1
A mysterious woman has come to him and promised him that two doors, gateways into a Utopian existence, will always be at his disposal. It takes him years to realize that dreams of another world can prevent you from living in your own.
Samuel Purchas, 'Pilgrimage'
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