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A realm of imagination or fantasy.



1. the sky.
2. a region of daydreams, imagination, etc.; dreamland.
References in classic literature ?
Lonely I stand On the lonelier hill-top, Cloudland beneath me And cloudland around me.
If perhaps it was not so strange and magnificent as the sunlit cloudland of the previous day, it was at any rate infinitely more interesting.
This made Marilla more nervous than ever; she had an uncomfortable feeling that while this odd child's body might be there at the table her spirit was far away in some remote airy cloudland, borne aloft on the wings of imagination.
I care so little for the cloudland of this life that I will offer you the speech for the prosecution.
Come, come, prophet," interrupted Flambeau, with a kind of sneer; "remember that all this world is a cloudland.
The OLYMPIC Paints and Stains brand today announced its partnership with THIS OLD HOUSEA magazine for the 2015 This Old House Cottage at Cloudland Station.
Part of that plan was to build a contemplative retreat center, called Cloudland, which we've begun.
Joseph Olshan, author of Cloudland, says, “Fragments of bones, mysterious fires, forensic nightmares, psychological knots are the high watermarks of Notes on a Killing, Rebecca Lavoie's and Kevin Flynn's new investigation of a bizarre crime in rural New Hampshire.
Set in rural Vermont, Cloudland is a contemporary update on a series of unsolved murders in the 1970s and 1980s in New England's Connecticut River Valley.
A doorman refuses to let Frank enter a concert at Cloudland, and the following dialogue ensues:
The series is produced by Apostle Pictures, The Cloudland Company and DreamWorks Television in association with Sony Pictures Television.
The sky's unresting cloudland, that with varying play sifteth the sunlight thru' its figured shades, that now stand in massiv range, cumulated stupendous mountainous snowbillowy up-piled in dazzling sheen, now like calm ships on a calm ocean drifting, now scattered wispy waifs, that neath the eager blaze disperse in air; Or now parcelling the icy inane highspredd in fine diaper of silver and mother-of-pearl freaking the intense azure; Now scurrying close o'erhead, wild ink-hued random racers that fling sheeted rain gustily, and with garish bows laughing o'erarch the land.