fairy lights

pl n
  1. small coloured electric bulbs strung together and used for decoration, esp on a Christmas tree

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How to use fairy lights in a sentence

  • Across the face of the waters glistening bands of emerald green and serene blue quivered in fairy lights.

    The Pillar of Light | Louis Tracy
  • At night the avenues of booths are illuminated with thousands of fairy lights, electric lamps and Chinese lanterns.

    The Story of Seville | Walter M. Gallichan
  • Up-stream shone the fairy lights of the other bridges that span the East River.

    The Secret Wireless | Lewis E. Theiss
  • There will be the band and the arranging of the fairy lights and one thing or another, ma'am.

    You Never Can Tell | George Bernard Shaw
  • fairy lights winked in hooded windows like deep-set eyes, and a soft warm haze lapped round him dreamily, lulling his senses.

    Stubble | George Looms