used to describe a situation that is very strange, in which things happen that do not make any sense and are the opposite of what you would expect The country's economic system is pure Alice in Wonderland.nounjump to other results
Alice in Wonderlandnoun
NAmE//ˌæləs ɪn ˈwʌndərˌlænd//[uncountable]
I felt I was in an Alice-in-Wonderland world. In the Alice-in-Wonderland world of American agriculture, farmers are paid more to grow more even when no one wants to buy what they produce. From the title of a children's story by Lewis Carroll.
Alice-in-Wonderland adjective [only before noun]jump to other results