- n. Plural form of pixie.
“These are what we call pixies in most of England, but in Cornwall, they are called piskies.”
“He devoutly believed in fairies, whom he called pixies; and held that they changed babies, and made the mushroom rings on the downs to dance in.”
“But soon we came to the hollow mound known as the pixies' house, elaborately furnished, and a feature, we were told, of the recreation of an imagined world evoked by a book remembered from childhood.”
“The creatures called "pixies" seem an odd fit for this story, in that your premise skews hard toward the paranormal and pseudo-scientific, yet they're more traditionally supernatural in origin.”
“December 15th, 2008 at 11: 22 pm ha! just read through these comments. to anyone calling the pixies ‘overrated’ or ’standard pop/punk’ (gack!!!) – just try covering one of the less melodic pixies songs. really, try. you can’t. blah Says:”
“Many monsters like dragons or giants are monstrous, but others are fantastic such as pixies or unicorns.”
“Those games put more emphasis on fun, while Gray says that DreamBox Learning K-2 Math teaches in a different way and has fun themes such as pixies, pirates, dinosaurs and pets.”
“Dance with the pixies and the elves, swim with the mer-people.”
“Twelve-year-old skating pixies twirled, their perfectly French-braided hair flying as they tried to fulfill the demands of overbearing coaches.”
“Not the stupid pixies … goddamn, pixels I mean … gosh …”
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