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fairy lady

Slang definitions & phrases for fairy lady

fairy lady

noun phrase

A lesbian who takes a passive role insex: Then there was the fairy lady who said ''Argyle it to me!'' (1950+)

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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  • Oh, you can't never have come already to play for the fairy lady!

    The Lamp of Fate Margaret Pedler
  • Then, still more quietly: "'fairy lady, you are so beautiful!'"

    The Lamp of Fate Margaret Pedler
  • The ravishing beauty of the fairy lady forms a prominent feature in all these legends.

    Welsh Folk-Lore Elias Owen
  • No sooner had she spoken than the fairy lady touched that eye, and the midwife could no longer see the Fairy.

    Welsh Folk-Lore Elias Owen
  • "Nevertheless the old nest will serve your purpose perfectly," said the fairy lady.

    Fairies Afield Mary Louisa Molesworth
  • The dame nursed the fairy lady all that night, and by cock-crow in the morning the little woman had ease from her pain.

    Pepper & Salt Howard Pyle
  • Now, about a twelvemonth after the time that the dame had nursed the fairy lady, the great fair was held at Tavistock.

    Pepper & Salt Howard Pyle
  • So time went on until the fairy lady was well again and had no need of a nurse to care for her.

    Tales of Folk and Fairies Katharine Pyle
  • On the approach of summer the fairy lady came to see her child.

  • There was an explosion at one side, and suddenly before him there reared a delicate, trembling sapphire shape like a fairy lady.

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