noun, plural fa·er·ies, adjective
Origin of faerie
Examples from the Web for faery
Contemporary Examples of faery
Disraeli affectionately (and with irreverence that shocked everyone but la reine) referred to Victoria as the "Faery Queen."Bachelor Brad Womack's Hidden Brilliance
February 20, 2011
Historical Examples of faery
"My name is Saeve, and I am a woman of Faery," she commenced.
Everything was about him as before, and he did not know that he had gone into Faery.
The word "faery" as used for an individual is a modern corruption.
From this perhaps came the faery flittings of May and November.
She was human, not faery: conjuring with a human heart had risks.Barbara Lynn
Emily J. Jenkinson
noun plural -ries archaic, or poetic
supernatural kingdom, "Elfland," c.1300, from Old French fairie; see fairy.