Origin of faerie
Examples from the Web for faerie
Contemporary Examples of faerie
She could have auditioned to be the tavern wench or a faerie; instead, she signed on as a merchant, knitting chain-mail bikinis.Best Career Arc Ever: From Burlesque To Bartending
September 13, 2014
Historical Examples of faerie
The "Faerie Queen" was received with a burst of general welcome.History of the English People, Volume V (of 8)
John Richard Green
Lionel at length made his choice,—a volume of the "Faerie Queene."What Will He Do With It, Complete
The Queen of Faerie had looked less lovely, meeting him on the edge of the wood.The Invader
Margaret L. Woods
Indeed, in the Faerie Queene, Arthur himself appears as the protagonist.English Narrative Poems
Every canto of the Faerie Queene bears the impress of its influence.
noun plural -ries archaic, or poetic
supernatural kingdom, "Elfland," c.1300, from Old French fairie; see fairy.