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fairy dust

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Definition of fairy dust in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Used to refer to a hypothetical substance with magical properties that brings great success, good luck, or happiness: their whole life has been sprinkled with fairy dust
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  • At the end of each track he extended a hand to sprinkle invisible fairy dust over the crowd.
  • The fairies created fairy dust to foment, or stir up trouble.
  • Fairy dust doesn't hurt either; teams are able to spend money without formal approval in the early stages.

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