Utopia

Utopia (Nowhere), an imaginary island described by Sir Thomas More, and represented as possessing a perfect political organisation, and which has given name to all schemes which aim at the like impossible perfection, though often applied to such as are not so much impossible in themselves as impracticable for want of the due individual virtue and courage to realise them.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Utilitarianism * Utraquists
Urumiya
Usedom
Ushant
Usher, James
Utah
Utakamand
Utgard
Utica
Utica
Utilitarianism
Utopia
Utraquists
Utrecht
Uttoxeter
Uxbridge
Uzbegs
Vaal
Vaccination
Vaigatz
Vaishnavas
Vaisyas

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Utopia in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Aneau, Bartholomew
Beroalde De Verville, Francis
Boyle, Robert
Burnet, Gilbert
Burnet, Thomas
Buslidius, John
Heywood, Eliza
More, Sir Thomas
Morton, John
Paine, Thomas
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