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Legoland (plural Legolands)
- (slang) A place characterised by square edges and extreme regularity.
- 1997, Mark McCrum, No worries: a journey through Australia:
- ...three hundred yards back from that, behind a legoland of hotels and apartment blocks...
- 2004, Tim Jepson, The rough guide to Canada:
- Its pristine stone houses, most of which date from around 1685, are undeniably photogenic, with their steep metal roofs, numerous chimneys and pastel-coloured shutters, but it's a Legoland townscape, devoid of the scars of history.
- 2004, Neil Leach, Laurent Gutierrez, Valérie Portefaix, China
- Gradually these Legolands appear bigger and bigger, closer and closer, as the aircraft descends.
- 2004, Yorke M Rowan, Uzi Baram, Marketing heritage: archaeology and the consumption of the past
- Unlike most cities and towns in the East, one Bavarian preservationist claimed, modernized West German cities had mutated into "schematized Legolands"...