faery faery


  1. (n) a small being, human in form, playful and having magical powers
  2. (n) the enchanted realm of fairies



  1. She is born on Midsummer's Day, when legend held that Lordly Ones walked the earth to steal earth-children, leave faery changelings in their stead.
  2. Lord Dunsany takes childish pride in the sag of his coat and the splay of his collar, what time he gets lost on a golden road to nowhere, beholding faery sights.
  3. Eipper next looked at the pale faery eyes of a Bengal tigress, fixed on distance like those of some Eastern image.


  • Take Your Kids On A Trip TO Faeryland

    Enjoy all the whimsy and magic of a trip to Faeryland. Take the whole family to an interactive show at A Faery Hunt.
    on June 24, 2013     Source: CBS 2 Los Angeles


  • Yeats said he gathered folk tales from one Paddy Flynn of Ballysadare, "which is, he was wont to say, `the most gentle' - whereby he meant faery - `place in the whole of County Sligo.' "
    on Jul 18, 2009 By: Jack B Yeats Source: Toronto Star

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