a magical dust thought to be used by fairies; by extension, any hypothetical thing thought to have special powers
Coincidentally, Magic Beans and fairy dust is the name of a new coffee shop in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
The lack of specificity led White House spokesman Jay Carney to dub the plan “magic beans and fairy dust.”
“I have full faith that this will happen,” Williams says, prepping her fairy dust for a flurry of happy thoughts.
Swamp grasses, each one of which bore myriad seeds as delicate as fairy dust, brushed against him as he walked.
While some of his pitiful tale was true, some was sprinkled with the fairy dust of fancy.
Of course Peter had been trifling with them, for no one can fly unless the fairy dust has been blown on him.
He had carried Tinker Bell part of the way, and his hand was still messy with the fairy dust.