- the imaginary realm of fairies.
- any enchantingly beautiful region.
Origin of fairyland
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Examples from the Web for fairyland
Tunku Varadarajan asks, did Greg Smith just wake up from a fairyland?Goldman Sachs Executive Quits in a New York Times Piece, Did He Just Realize What Goldman Does?
March 14, 2012
Mr. Burke, don't you know from what county of fairyland Helen hails?The Bacillus of Beauty
Everything in this part of fairyland was lovely, but it was always cloudy.
Then he made off and reported again to his playmates in fairyland.
They made answer that it was the palace of the King of Fairyland.
It turned out that the stranger was Arawn, a king in Fairyland.
- the imaginary domain of the fairies; an enchanted or wonderful place
- a fantasy world, esp one resulting from a person's wild imaginings
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Word Origin and History for fairyland
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