Definition of Fairyhood

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fairyhood

fairy shrimp
fairy snuff
fairy story
fairy swallow
fairy tale
fairy tales
fairybook
fairybooks
fairycake
fairycakes
fairydom
fairydoms
fairyflies
fairyfloss
fairyfly
fairyhood (current term)
fairyhoods
fairyism
fairyisms
fairyland
fairylands
fairylike
fairytale
fairytalelike
fairytales
fairywren
fairywrens
fait
fait accompli
faith

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 ..."

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