fairyland

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EtymologyEdit

fairy +‎ land

NounEdit

fairyland (plural fairylands)

  1. The imaginary land or abode of fairies.
    • 2004, Algernon Blackwood, A Prisoner in Fairyland , Kessinger Publishing, page 174 [1]
      Not merely a foolish fairyland of make-believe and dragons and princesses imprisoned in animals, but a fairyland the whole world needs - the sympathy of sweet endeavour, love, gentleness and sacrifice for others.

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fairyland (not comparable)

  1. Having qualities ascribed to fairies and their realm; fanciful, delicate, surreal, or diminutive.
    The children built a fairyland cottage out of gingerbread, decorated with gumdrops and peppermint sticks.

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