fairyland fairyland  /ˈfɛ ri ˌlænd/


  1. (n) something existing solely in the imagination (but often mistaken for reality)
  2. (n) the enchanted realm of fairies


  1. It was like the most clichd fairyland you've ever seen.
  2. The day of the Winter Solstice was holy to our ancestors and the period around the Winter Solstice was filled with the fairyland magic of the Nordic soul.
  3. There had been many such outings, and many other reports from fairyland for ten-year-old Alice and her sisters.


  • The Tooth Fairy Wins 2013 Book of the Year Award

    The Royal Council of Real Fairyland announced today that “Creative Child,” a national magazine that provides parents with the latest information on how to nurture their children’s creativity, honored The Real Tooth Fairies with their 2013 Book of the Year Award. Find the books at https://shop.therealtoothfairies.com (PRWeb June 21, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013 ...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. In 1996, Charisse recalled her reaction on entering the movies: "Ballet is a closed world and very rigid; MGM was a fairyland. You'd walk down the lot, seeing all these fabulous movies being made with the greatest talent in the world sitting there....
    on Jun 17, 2008 By: Cyd Charisse Source: FOXNews

  2. "Fortune brought us a prize from fairyland beyond our wildest dreams," Winston Churchill, who became First Lord of the Admiralty in 1911, wrote later. "Mastery itself was the prize of the venture."
    on Jul 3, 2010 By: Winston Churchill Source: Tehran Times

  3. "His view is really out of date, it belongs to another century and I don't see why we should build 'fairyland' when we could be doing something much better," said Will Alsop, one of the rebel modernist architects.
    on May 13, 2009 By: Will Alsop Source: TopNews

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