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ecotopia

Syllabification: ec·o·to·pi·a
Pronunciation: /ˈēkōtōpēə, ˈekō-/

Entry from US English dictionary

Definition of ecotopia in English:

noun

An ecologically ideal region or form of society, generally viewed as imaginary.

Origin

1975: from the title of a novel by Ernest Callenbach, originally denoting the Pacific coast of the US, from eco- 'ecological', on the pattern of Utopia.

Derivatives

ecotopian

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adjective

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