Definitions of dystopia on the Web:

* A utopia gone sour. A prominent example is George Orwell's 1984.

* Malposition is a faulty, wrong, or abnormal position or placement of a body part or organ.

* Unfortunate "accounts of imaginary worlds, usually in the future in which present tendencies are carried out to their intensely unpleasant culminations" (Holman and Harmon).

* an imaginary place where people lead dehumanized and often fearful lives; an imaginary place or state where everything is as bad as it possibly can be: or a description of such a place.

* Polar opposite of utopia. A society in which social and/or technological trends have contributed to a corrupted or degraded state.

* ìAn imaginary place in a work of fiction where the characters lead dehumanized, fearful livesî (ìGlossary of Literary Termsî).

* state in which the condition of life is extremely bad as from deprivation or oppression or terror

* A dystopia (alternatively, cacotopia, kakotopia or anti-utopia) is the antithesis of a utopian society. Dystopian societies are usually characterized by extreme governmental tyranny and an exploitation of the people.

All Hail Dystopia.

"Their Armies Marching On,
Their Armies Marching On."

Kreator - Dystopia.