Dystopia

A dystopia (from the Greek δυσ- and τόπος, alternatively, cacotopia, kakotopia, cackotopia, or anti-utopia) is a community or society that is in some important way undesirable or frightening. It is the opposite of a utopia. Such societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in a future. Dystopias are often characteri...
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dystopia

[n] - state in which the condition of life is extremely bad as from deprivation or oppression or terror
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dystopia

Faulty or abnormal position of a part or organ. ... Synonym: allotopia, malposition. ... Origin: dys-+ G. Topos, place ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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dystopia

noun a work of fiction describing an imaginary place where life is extremely bad because of deprivation or oppression or terror
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dystopia

noun state in which the condition of life is extremely bad as from deprivation or oppression or terror
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dystopia

(dis-to´pe-ә) malposition; displacement. adj., dystop´ic., adj.
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dystopia

dystopia 1. An imaginary place where everything is as bad as it possibly can be, or a vision or description of such a place. 2. A hypothetical place, state, or situation in which conditions and the quality of life are dreadful. 3. The opposite of what one would expect in a utopian society. 4. In medicine, a malposition, or displacement, of a bodi...
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dystopia

See utopia.
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dystopia

Type: Term Pronunciation: dis-tō′pē-ă Definitions: 1. Faulty or abnormal position of a part or organ. Synonyms: allotopia, malposition
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dystopia

Imaginary society whose evil qualities are meant to serve as a moral or political warning. The term was coined in 1868 by the English philosopher John Stuart Mill, and is the opposite of a Utopia. George Orwell's 1984, published in 1949 and Aldous Huxley's Brave New World (1932) are examples of novels a...
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Dystopia

[disambiguation] A dystopia is a community or society that is in some important way undesirable or frightening. Dystopia may also refer to: == Music == ==Other== ...
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Dystopia

[video game] Dystopia is a team-based, objective-driven, first-person shooter video game, developed as a total conversion modification on the Valve Corporation`s proprietary Source engine. It is based on the cyberpunk literary (and aesthetic) genre; somewhat based on popular role-playing game Shadowrun, created by an amateur development tea...
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Dystopia

(from Greek, dys topos, 'bad place') The opposite of a utopia, a dystopia is an imaginary society in
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dystopia

place where all is as bad as possible
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Dystopia

The opposite of Utopia, a society in which conditions are characterised by human misery, depirvation, squalor, disease, etc. The term is said to have been coined by by John Stuart Mill in 1868 in a UK House of Commons speech criticizing the government's Irish land policy.
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Dystopia

[Iced Earth song] ==Composition and response== As most of the band`s material, the music of song was written by guitarist Jon Schaffer but the lyrics were written by both Schaffer and vocalist Stu Block. Along with `Tragedy and Triumph,` the song features the return of Jon Schaffer`s Something Wicked Saga, which had previously appeared on t...
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