The British Idiom – Land of milk and honey
Definition of Land of milk and honey
A mythical place that is supposedly overflowing with everything you need or want.
Examples of Usage of Land of milk and honey
Many immigrants have discovered to their cost that America is not after all the land of milk and honey. Why do so many people risk their lives trying to get from Africa to Europe? With the economic situation as it is, Europe can hardly be considered to be the land of milk and honey, can it?
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