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cloud·land

 (kloud′lănd′)
n.
A realm of imagination or fantasy.
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cloud•land

(ˈklaʊdˌlænd)

n.
1. the sky.
2. a region of daydreams, imagination, etc.; dreamland.
[1810–20]
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Translations
álomvilágmeseország
References in classic literature ?
Lonely I stand On the lonelier hill-top, Cloudland beneath me And cloudland around me.
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."
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.
The Alexandra Palace set the theme of Cloudland, encouraging students to explore the ways in which art, science and technology came together in the exploits and experiments of early pioneers of aeronautics, and how it is still relevant today.
Most affecting is the novella "Cloudland," about an unnamed middle-aged woman who is haunted by memories of a daughter given up for adoption.
Follow Jack, his hapless brother Simple Simon and climb a beanstalk of gigantic proportions to cloudland in the spectacular family pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk.
Critique: Joseph Olshan is the author of ten previous novels including Cloudland, Nightswimmer and The Conversion.
"Mother Nature (Denise Welch) lends a helping hand when the Giant's henchman Fleshcreep (Stephen Sullivan) fools Jack into selling the cow for a bag of beans and takes her off to Cloudland whilst kidnaping the beautiful Princess Jill (Helen Slade).
"Mother Nature (Denise) lends a helping hand when the Giant's henchman Fleshcreep (Stephen Sullivan) fools Jack into selling the cow for a bag of beans and takes her off to Cloudland whilst kidnapping the beautiful Princess Jill (Helen Slade).