never-never never-never

Definition(s):

  1. (n) installment plan
  2. (n) the remote outback of Australia; unpopulated desert country

Usage(s):

  1. They take place in the 1990s--not in some never-never Narnia but in modern-day Mugglish England, with cars, telephones and PlayStations.
  2. So has the technology of taking a spaceship through a time warp and crash-landing it in never-never land.
  3. In the never-never world of the funnies, this was the news of the yearcomparable to Henry Ford quitting his motor company and setting up shop in competition across the street.

News

  • A unicorn named Ouya knocks on my door

    Hope is not yet lost. Though I pre-ordered, and paid, on day one, my Ouya console languished in Never-Never Land, perhaps cavorting with its brethren, the Lost Boys. This was a point of pain for more than just me, as other early backers of the little Android game box also failed to receive promised deliveries, despite the console becoming available in the local big-box store. The anticipation ...
    on July 3, 2013     Source: BetaNews

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