a never-never land

a never-never land

an imaginary place where everything is perfect in a way that it is not in the real world The film is set in a pre-war English never-never land of roses and sunny days.
See also: land
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The Tories seem to be living in a never-never land where black is white and two and two make 22.
In lesser situations, however, postdoctoral trainees have been known to flounder in a never-never land of low salaries and nonexistent benefits, little guidance from established scientific investigators, and a diminished professional status far below what one might expect, given their academic and research pedigrees.
But ever so deftly, Lenoir also offers no reason to believe that we are living in a never-never land of pure relativism either.
No one knows, and scenarios, when they issue at all, have a never-never land aura about them.
Until they accept the existence of limits, ``sustainable development'' adherents do not merely dwell in a Never-Never Land.
Here, it's likely to be stuck in a never-never land - too dopey for art-house audiences, but too inaccessible for the masses who flock to comparably silly American comedies like ``Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure'' and ``Dumb and Dumber.