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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fairyhood
Literary usage of Fairyhood
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Iolanthe, Or, The Peer and the Peri: Or The Peer and the Peri. A New and by Arthur Sullivan, William Schwenck Gilbert (1882)
"Your fairyhood doesn't seem to have done you much good. QUEEN. I see your difficulty, but with a fairy brain you should seek an intellectual sphere of ..."
2. Original Plays by William Schwenck Gilbert (1905)
"... We meet and love each other—that's to say, I am prepared to give up all I have, My home, my very fairyhood, for thee; Thou to surrender riches, honour, ..."
3. Original Plays by William Schwenck Gilbert (1876)
"I'll reach conclusion and corollary. Dar. (looking at PHYLLON). Oh, fairyhood ! How wonderfully like our Phyllon ! Sel. ..."
4. The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1897)
"The ' elf is flourishing in all good fairyhood, with a scarlet rose leaf on each cheek. Wilson says she never knew him to have such an irreproachable ..."