- 1The imaginary home of fairies.More example sentences
- She continued to be inventive in her use of materials; some of her work in painted plaster relief and free-standing or hanging plastic, for example, explored a fairyland of imaginary flora and fauna.
- Holding one in her hand, Song said with a smile: ‘It looks like a fairyland, full of stories.’
- ‘Please take care not to step on the shadows,’ it asks, as if you were about to enter a fairyland, and, in a way, you are.
- 1.1A beautiful place: in the evening the streets become a fairyland [as modifier]: a fairyland castleMore example sentences
- What followed was a whirlwind of travel far from their simple bush home and a new life in sophisticated Vienna, a fairyland of enchanting castles and unimagined luxury.
- From this elevated viewpoint the peaks of the Paine massif appeared as tightly packed turrets in some fairyland castle.
- Choosing such a setting is creative, it brings a surreal quality, like a fairyland story book.
- 1.2An imagined ideal place: this can seem like fairyland in our kind of violent worldMore example sentences
- There is a certain confidence and strength and a kind of utopian fairyland represented in this painting.
- And they want us to base our economic policy on this fairyland.
- A whole summer went by and now it's time to head back to the wonderful fairyland called college, where responsibility is kept to a minimum and partying is a club sport.
More definitions of fairylandDefinition of fairyland in:
- The US English dictionary