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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Folklore
fairylandfai‧ry‧land /ˈferilænd $ ˈferi-/ noun  1 [uncountable]RF an imaginary place where fairies live2 [singular]BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKING a place that looks very beautiful and special At night, the harbor is a fairyland.
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fairylandSome described it as a fairyland or a magic city.Mitford's downtown at Christmas is a fairyland.There is Angel Rock, a fairyland of low white anhydrite spires and shelves in Guaymas Basin.It was not as if I were watching a fairyland outside; it was a fairyland.The garden would be fairyland for Radish.It has a magic sound to a voter, just like fairyland is spoken of and dreamed of by all chil-dren.I had always pictured snow as clean and beautiful, stretched out over acres of fairyland.Surrealism and science fiction are derivative from the unrealities, consoling or menacing, of fairyland.Ordinary mortals walking hereabouts will never know the delights of the fairyland below them.
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