- adj. Resembling a fairy or some aspect of one.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Resembling a fairy, or what is made or done be fairies.
- fairy + -like (Wiktionary)
“Abillowy frock of mauve and pink tulle, with a tiny jewelled bodice, is completedby a tinted wig in the same primula shade, while glittering bracelets, caught withwisps of tulle, show up the fairylike wrists manipulating a great fan of snow-whiteplumes.”
“And it should not bulk on the cityscape like Leviathan; it should rise and soar, light and airy and fairylike.”
“It was just over a decade ago that Alina Cojocaru first appeared on the Royal Ballet stage, a tiny dancer whose unfeasible, fairylike delicacy belied the steely brilliance of her technique.”
“Little Kitty Bonner, fairylike in gauzy lawn, with pinkest of cheeks and bluest of dancing eyes, arms outstretched and lips puckered in invitation, was striving to kiss the boy.”
“On a sunny day, or still more on a moonlit night, it has a fairylike beauty.”
“I tried other names, like Peter Pumpernickel or Periwinkle, since he was such a magical, fairylike character, but he was not amused.”
“Magical, fairylike contents made the September Q Tea kit there was some danyeela patterned paper in it, gorgeous and I just loved to play with them.”
“Initially, Mayer couched his impressions purely in the terms of magic and fantasy: “The spectator seems placed in a world of enchantment — the scene is so unreal and fairylike.””
“Then with a deft hand, she'd tucked Jemmy's orange blossoms around her head until they made a fairylike crown of white.”
“Use a fairylike and enchanted voice as you continue with Sing & Do.”
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