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lotusland

Syllabification: lo·tus·land
Pronunciation: /ˈlōdəsˌland
 
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Definition of lotusland in English:

noun

A place or state concerned solely with, or providing, idle pleasure and luxury: a lush lotusland where you can shed your inhibitions
More example sentences
  • This is the sort of matter-of-fact lotus land where a high quality of life is considered an inalienable right, where stress is considered bad karma, and where ‘going with the flow ‘is usually a reference to kayaking.’
  • For the disenchanted lover of Americana, this lotus land was now ‘a hellish plateau for a thousand souls dying every day.’
  • I guess L.A. lotus land is often used as a symbol of this kind of existence.

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